ICSID Ad Hoc Committee’s Decision to Dismiss Madagascar’s Annulment Application Leaves Main Jurisdictional Objection Unanswered
By Dean Ehrlich, 21 October 2022
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- (DS)2, S.A., Peter de Sutter and Kristof De Sutter v Republic of Madagascar - ICSID Case No. ARB/17/18 - Annulment Proceeding - Decision on the Annulment Application - English - 14 October 2022
- (DS)2, S.A., Peter de Sutter and Kristof De Sutter v Republic of Madagascar - ICSID Case No. ARB/17/18 - Award (Redacted) - French - 17 April 2020
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