Law360: An International Centre for Settlement of Investment (ICSID) arbitral tribunal concluded (by a majority) that Colombia breached its obligations under the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and the Republic of Colombia (FTA) when it blocked a Canadian precious metals company's mining project in an effort to protect surrounding wetlands. Two members of the tribunal issued partial dissents. The tribunal ordered further submissions on quantum of damages.
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