The Court having considered Petitioner International Thunderbird Gaming Corporation’s Motion To Vacate The Arbitral Award Issued on January 26, 2006 by Arbitral Tribunal Constituted Under Chapter Eleven of The North American Free Trade Agreement, as well as Petitioner’s supporting Memorandum of Points and Authorities and Respondent The United Mexican States’ Opposition thereto, and based upon the entire record herein, it is hereby
ORDERED that Petitioner’s Motion be and is hereby GRANTED, and it is further
ORDERED that the subject Arbitral Award be and is hereby VACATED, and it is further
ORDERED that the matter be and is hereby remanded for further arbitration proceedings before a newly-constituted arbitration panel, and it is further
ORDERED that the fee award issued as part of the subject Arbitral Award be and is hereby VACATED.
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