COMMENTARY: Freeport's threat of arbitration simply a ploy to block mining reform
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM "PT Freeport Indonesia [FI] reserves of all its rights [...] including the right to commence arbitration to enforce all provisions of the contract,” Freeport-McMoRan’s CEO Richard C. Adkerson asserted on Monday, referring to a protracted dispute with the Indonesian government. That threat is quite similar to those made by many other multinational companies (MNCs), which fear de...
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