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Mesa Power Group, LLC, a renewable energy company incorporated in Delaware, filed a NAFTA Chapter Eleven claim against the Government of Canada in October 2011, alleging arbitrary and unfair application of various government measures related to the regulation and production of renewable energy in Ontario. Claimant alleges that Canada has violated various NAFTA provisions, including Article 1102 (national treatment), Article 1103 (most favored nation treatment), Article 1105 (minimum standard of treatment), and Article 1106 (prohibition on performance requirements).
-07/25/2014 U.S. 1128 Submission
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