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The Nigerian government has won another international legal battle as the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Dispute, ordered Interocean Oil Company to pay U.S.$660,000 as reimbursement to the government, its share of the arbitration costs incurred in a case the firm brought against the government in 2013. The dispute arose from an alleged breach of contract in an oil exploration and production joint venture. The tribunal found that Nigeria did not breach any of its obligations in the contractual agreement. This follows another case in which the Nigeria government was sued by P&ID in a UK court for ………. ,    for breach of contract in the construction of …..

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