A Swedish appeal court reversed itself Thursday, allowing enforcement of last February’s Stockholm Arbitration decision to compel Gazprom to pay Naftogaz a net $2.6 billion for violation of a transit award.
Friday, September 14, 2018

A Swedish appeal court reversed itself Thursday, allowing enforcement of last February’s Stockholm Arbitration decision to compel Gazprom to pay Naftogaz a net $2.6 billion for violation of a transit award.

A Swedish appeal court reversed itself Thursday, allowing enforcement of last February’s Stockholm Arbitration decision to compel Gazprom to pay Naftogaz a net $2.6 billion for violation of a transit award.

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