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Argentina's decision to open criminal cases against companies in the Falkland Islands raises geopolitical risk


Argentina's decision to open criminal cases against companies in the Falkland Islands raises geopolitical risk

Report summary

The charges ask for investigations into company executives; local law stipulates prison sentences of between 10 and 15 years for exploration and extraction on the continental shelf without authorisation. The companies are also accused of environmental contamination and breaking customs rules. Ultimately, the charges could lead to international arrest warrants, but they are unlikely to be carried out beyond Argentina.  

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