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Cimsa to seek arbitration against Chihuahua

Bolivia: The Bolivian investment holding Cimsa, which is the majority shareholder of the country's largest cement firm, Soboce, has said that it will seek arbitration against Mexican cement firm Grupo Cementos Chihuahua for allegedly violating a partnership agreement.

GCC withdrew from Bolivia in a recent deal after completing the sale of its 47% share in Soboce, a private firm, to Peru's Consorcio Cementero del Sur, a subsidiary of Grupo Gloria.

Cimsa, owned by Bolivian opposition politician Samuel Doria, had a preferred interest in GCC's stake under Bolivian law, the company said in a statement.

"Cimsa will begin an arbitration process so that the failure to comply with the shareholder agreement and Cimsa's right of first refusal are adequately remediated, and the sale of the shares by GCC can be reversed," read a statement issued by Cimsa.

Earlier in 2011, GCC pulled out of a planned USD100m investment in a Bolivian housing project, citing a lack of legal security. In September 2010 Bolivia's government nationalized 33.4% of Soboce's shares in the state cement producer Fancesa. Soboce says it has yet to receive any compensation.

Cimsa to seek arbitration against Chihuahua

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Bolivia: The Bolivian investment holding Cimsa, which is the majority shareholder of the country's largest cement firm, Soboce, has said that it will seek arbitration against Mexican cement firm Grupo Cementos Chihuahua for allegedly violating a partnership agreement.

GCC withdrew from Bolivia in a recent deal after completing the sale of its 47% share in Soboce, a private firm, to Peru's Consorcio Cementero del Sur, a subsidiary of Grupo Gloria.

Cimsa, owned by Bolivian opposition politician Samuel Doria, had a preferred interest in GCC's stake under Bolivian law, the company said in a statement.

"Cimsa will begin an arbitration process so that the failure to comply with the shareholder agreement and Cimsa's right of first refusal are adequately remediated, and the sale of the shares by GCC can be reversed," read a statement issued by Cimsa.

Earlier in 2011, GCC pulled out of a planned USD100m investment in a Bolivian housing project, citing a lack of legal security. In September 2010 Bolivia's government nationalized 33.4% of Soboce's shares in the state cement producer Fancesa. Soboce says it has yet to receive any compensation.

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