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The Half-life of Investors' Rights

The amount for which Vattenfall is suing Germany as a consequence of Germany’s revocation of the operating licences of its nuclear power plant fleet, following the Fukushima disaster in 2011, was revealed last week at a… 913 more words


Resources and the New Developmentalism

By Paul A. Haslam*

Resource nationalism is driving the most significant shift in Latin American development policies of the past decade.  It is rarely talked about yet is constituting a new developmental model that is being adopted by governments of diverse ideological inclinations.  452 more words


Survey reveals mining investment challenges

Mineral investors are turning away from countries where governments failed to provide attractive tax and regulatory environments, says a new survey of global mining companies. 261 more words

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Running scared: Chinese foreign investment

China is investing. They will continue to do so. And the thing is, we need them.

Foreign investment comes with additional capital and access to growing markets. 360 more words

Jakarta forced to water down resource nationalism

Financial troubles may be forcing Indonesia to backtrack from its resource nationalist approach, with the proposed easing of rules that were threatening to reduce mining exports from January and pile further pressure on a current account deficit that was nearly $10bn in the second quarter. 212 more words

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