Organisation: NAFTA

Mexican media group brings claim against Peru

A Mexican multimedia group has lodged an International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) case against Peru – having previously threatened to file a claim over a concession to roll out a fibre optic network.

29 August 2023

Canadian miner brings second NAFTA claim against Mexico

A Canadian silver mining company has launched a second International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) case against Mexico over a tax dispute, the latest in a flurry of claims brought against the state under the recently expired legacy provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

26 July 2023

Mexico faces NAFTA claim over labour ruling

A Canadian energy company has brought a NAFTA legacy claim against Mexico after an employment tribunal ordered it to pay US$120 million to a former employee.

30 June 2023

US investor hits Mexico with land seizure claim

A Michigan manufacturer has made good on its threat to lodge a US$3 billion claim against Mexico, alleging that authorities expropriated its land based on a presidential resolution issued nearly 90 years ago.

18 May 2023

Mexico faces NAFTA legacy claims as deadline looms

Canadian mining investors have lodged a North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) legacy claim against Mexico and threatened another, as the deadline to bring such cases approaches.

08 March 2023

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