ICSID: Colombia Nears Venezuela

Colombian capital Bogota. Colombia now is close to Venezuela when it comes to pending arbitration cases at The World Bank. (Photo: City of Bogota)


Colombia, Mexico, Peru have more pending cases than Argentina.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

In a bad sign for Colombia as it tries to attract more foreign investment, the South American country is getting ever closer to Venezuela when it comes to pending cases at The World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), according to Latinvex research.

Meanwhile, Peru and Mexico also continue to see an increased number of cases at the arbitration court.

All in all, there are now...

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