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Dangote, Dar disagree over mining laws

Tanzania’s change of mining laws have come to the fore after Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote said that the new laws would potentially scare away investors...

DC Court grants enforcement to Salini award against Morocco

Salini’s petition to have an ICC award against Morocco recognized, confirmed and Enforced was granted by a DC Court on February 10,2017.

DC court refuses to enforce annulled CCJA award

Getma International petitioned the United States District Court of District of Columbia to confirm and enforce a foreign arbitral award against the Republic of Guinea pursuant to the Federal Arbitration Act. 

DC Court rejects enforcement of $44 Million award against Liberia

GSS applied for the recognition of the London award in DC courts in 2009 and 2012. The court dismissed both applications, GSS appealed the decisions. 

Does Cultural Diversity Improve or Hinder The Quality of Arbitral Justice?

The answer to this question might seem simple, but consider an instance of a commercial arbitration between a Chinese company and an African state arising out...

DP World cleared in Djibouti arbitration

Port operator DP World has been cleared of all charges over its operation of the Doraleh Contrainer Terminal in Djibouti, a statement from Dubai Media Office said on Tuesday.

ECOWAS Admits Morocco, But Studying Implications

The Northern African country of Morocco’s request to join the West African regional body has been approved in principle by ECOWAS...

ECOWAS Court delivers 249 verdicts in 16 years

The ECOWAS Community Court of Justice says it has delivered 249 verdicts consisting of judgments and rulings since its inception in 2001...

Egypt FA to appeal to Court of Arbitration for Sports

Egyptian Football Association (EFA) have lodged a formal complaint after the results of FIFA’s special June ranking.

Egypt includes mandatory arbitration in Cairo in PPA agreements

Solar developers looking to tap into Egypt face new constraints after Cairo changed regulations, omitting the option of international arbitration.

Egypt wins ICC arbitration case

The Paris-based International Court of Arbitration has ruled that Egypt's state gas board EGAS will not have to pay a $270 million fine related to gas cuts at its foreign-owned liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant

Egypt yet to pay Shell $1.1Bn in exchange for its shares

The dues owed to British Gas (BG) and Dutch company Shell by the Ministry of Petroleum have increased to $1.1bn, compared to $1bn in April, in return for the partner’s share in the produced gas from El-Borollos and Rasheed fields.

Egyptian athlete handed 2 year suspension

Egyptian javelin thrower Ihab Abdelrahman has been suspended for two years after his B-sample returned positive after further testing in Barcelona.

Egypt’s oil companies plan return to Libya

The Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) and Egypt’s petroleum projects construction company Petrojet are looking to reactivate their presence on Libya.

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