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Lawyers say ruling on Swazi MTN-SPTC case not binding

Monday 8 October 2012 | 15:20 CET | News
The international arbitration ruling in favour of Swazi MTN, ordering SPTC to switch off its One mobile, Fixedfone and data components is null and void, three legal experts said according to Swazi Times. It said the ruling is not binding, not enforceable and does not have recognition status in Swaziland. The lawyers argued that the arbitration award, in its present state, is not yet enforceable as it has not been made an order of court. The second point, according to one of the experts, is that Swaziland is not party to the New York Arbitration Convention, which is a rule that governs the

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: MTN / SPTC
Countries: Eswatini
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