Former trading partner of commodity giant Glencore, exercising a legal problem in Ghana, despite the defeat last week of the ruling in the UK Supreme Court.
Springfield energy oil company in the West African country, says he argued that Glencore broke Ghanaian law, oil storage in the warehouse without a license prior to transport.
Press Secretary of the Springfield, which has a contract to buy oil at Glencore, said: “We firmly believe that from the point of view of the law of Ghana and, therefore, the court of Ghana”.
Last week Nicholas Vinehall QC, sitting as a Deputy high court judge ruled decisively in favor of Glencore because of a dispute of the contract between the two parties. He found that in Springfield…
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