The A-Team of Brabant, Bou Chaaya, Diarra and Franc-Menget to advise B2Gold against Mali 

The A-Team of Brabant, Bou Chaaya, Diarra and Franc-Menget to advise B2Gold against Mali 

The Canadian mining company remains open to dialogue with the Malian government despite launching an ICSID arbitration procedure in Paris against it, following the non-renewal of one of B2Gold’s permits.  

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            ▪ The A-Team of Brabant, Bou Chaaya, Diarra and Franc-Menget to advise B2Gold against Mali 

▪ The Canadian mining company remains open to dialogue with the Malian government despite launching an ICSID arbitration procedure in Paris against it, following the non-renewal of one of B2Gold’s permits.  

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To assist in its dispute with the Bamako government, B2Gold has mobilised three law firms: Trinity InternationalJuri-Partner and Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF). 

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