From Gunboats to Arbitration

Published on Transnational Dispute Management,
Volume 5, Issue #02 - April 2008
http://www.transnational-dispute-management.com/

German gunboats blocked and shelled Venezuelan ports in 1902 to collect debts. Exxon-Mobil in 2008 claims that Venezuela must pay appropriate compensation for the expropriation of its investments in the Orinoco Oil Belt and an English Court issues a for 12 Billion Dollars over PDVSA’s assets with worldwide effects.

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J. Eloy Anzola

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