Russia Faces Fresh $2.5 Billion Penalty In Yukos Case – ValueWalk Premium

Russia Faces Fresh $2.5 Billion Penalty In Yukos Case

barely three days after an international arbitration panel’s ruling, the European Court of Human Rights has ordered Russia to pay $2.5 billion in damages to shareholders of the now-defunct Russian oil giant Yukos.

The latest ruling is the largest compensation award evermade by Europe’s top human rights court.
Russia owes $50 billion damages to Yukos's shareholders
As reported earlier, the arbitration panel in The Hague ruled Monday that Russia owes former shareholders of . . .


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