A court in London has dismissed a compensation claim by the blood plasma company Diag Human against the Czech state for allegedly failing to protect its investment in the Czech Republic. The firm claimed eight billion crowns plus interest for a marred deal in the 1990s. Diag Human which has heard negative verdicts on the case from courts in Austria, Switzerland and France, is yet to decide on whether to appeal.
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