The French-owned Aguas Argentinas is facing a demand by the Argentine government to negotiate their new concession to operate the Buenos Aires water and sewerage services. The company must decide whether to settle with the efforts to a new contract or to exercise their rights to go to international arbitration. Either way, he needs to decide its strategy for the future.

The French-owned Aguas Argentinas is facing a demand by the Argentine government to negotiate their new concession to operate the Buenos Aires water and sewerage services. The company must decide whether to settle with the efforts to a new contract or to exercise their rights to go to international arbitration. Either way, he needs to decide its strategy for the future.
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Louis T. Wells, Jr.,
Alexandra De Royere
Source: Harvard Business School
25 pages.
Release date: 30 March 2005. Prod #: 705019-PDF-ENG
Aguas Argentinas: to resolve a dispute HBR case solution