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Azinian and other shareholders in a Mexican company, Desona, claimed that the City of Naucalpan terminated without cause the contract that had been awarded to Desona to operate a landfill and waste management system for the city. The claimants, primarily alleging violations of Articles 1105 and 1110, requested $14 million in damages. On November 1, 1999, the tribunal issued an award in Mexico's favor on all issues.
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