The Czech Republic has definitively won an international arbitration case against the Diag Human company, the Czech Health Ministry reported on Thursday. The company had been suing the Czech Republic since the early 1990s over a frustrated deal in blood plasma, demanding more than ten billion crowns in compensation for lost profit. Although a French court ruled in the Czech Republic’s favour in 2012, the company filed a cassation complaint, which has now definitively been rejected by the Supreme Court in France.
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