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A positive step for the Newcastle takeover...

WTO has concluded there are no links between Saudi Arabia and beoutQ and will not intervene with the purchase of Newcastle United.
16th June 2020 02:24 PM
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Hairy hands is going be sick as f#uck
16th June 2020 02:39 PM
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- On 16 June 2020, a World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute panel released its Report ruling against Qatar, and finding that Saudi Arabia’s national security defense was justified under WTO rules. The WTO Panel acknowledged that Saudi Arabia "seeks to protect Saudi citizens and the Saudi population, Saudi government institutions, and the territory of Saudi Arabia from the threats of terrorism and extremism" raised by Qatar in the region.
The Panel also found that Saudi Arabia's comprehensive actions were "taken in time of… other emergency in international relations", based on extensive evidence presented to the WTO tribunal by Saudi Arabia regarding Qatar's violations of regional agreements and commitments to renounce support for violence and unrest in the region.
Saudi Arabia also confirmed to the Panel that it provides strong protection of intellectual property rights, including criminal procedures and penalties in cases where credible evidence is available to the Government to support the initiation of proceedings. In addition to accepting Saudi Arabia's national security defense, the Panel rejected Qatar's remaining claims that Saudi law violated WTO rules, and rejected claims that the Saudi Government supported the alleged copyright piracy. Out of six claims by Qatar, the Panel's single finding regarding criminal proceedings was rendered moot in the course of the WTO dispute.
Saudi Arabia has a strong record of protecting intellectual property and is committed to applying its national law and procedures in full conformity with WTO rules.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will spare no effort to overcome the threats of terrorism and extremism, and Saudi Arabia is pleased that the Panel recognized its sovereign rights in this regard.
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16th June 2020 02:56 PM
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(16th June 2020 02:24 PM)Figs Wrote: Guests cannot see links in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see links.A positive step for the Newcastle takeover...

WTO has concluded there are no links between Saudi Arabia and beoutQ and will not intervene with the purchase of Newcastle United.

Link?
16th June 2020 03:00 PM
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Best of luck…

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16th June 2020 03:11 PM
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Has Figs just made that up?
16th June 2020 03:21 PM
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A positive step for the Newcastle takeover...

WTO has concluded there are no links between Saudi Arabia’s Government and beoutQ piracy and will not intervene with the purchase of Newcastle United.

Although it proves Saudi Nationals are behind the piracy, it does not directly involve PIF and the Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Sulman. Therefore beoutQ is operated by individuals or entities subject to the criminal jurisdiction of Saudi Arabia.

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This can only be positive news! ???

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⚫️⚪️⚫️ / Ant.
16th June 2020 05:23 PM
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Top tip when reading judgments or letters of advice from barristers - skip to the conclusion.

Which says that the Saudi's are guilty of not enforcing international intellectual property rights, not permitting Bein access to judicial action in Saudi Arabia was denied. The exclusion the Saudi's were seeking to rely on, national security, was in this instance not valid.

(16th June 2020 05:23 PM)Figs Wrote: Guests cannot see links in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see links.A positive step for the Newcastle takeover...

WTO has concluded there are no links between Saudi Arabia’s Government and beoutQ piracy and will not intervene with the purchase of Newcastle United.

Although it proves Saudi Nationals are behind the piracy, it does not directly involve PIF and the Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Sulman. Therefore beoutQ is operated by individuals or entities subject to the criminal jurisdiction of Saudi Arabia.

To read the full article, please click the link below.

This can only be positive news! ???

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⚫️⚪️⚫️ / Ant.

Indeed. Just because someone does something illegal in a country does not mean, its done by the government.

Having read the conclusion, I think the media has blown out of proportion the importance and significance of this report.

Full ahead both Mr Masters.
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16th June 2020 05:52 PM
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Is it happening then?
16th June 2020 06:54 PM
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Well it depends on what SA have said to PL. If the answer to what are you going to do about the people who ran BeoutQ is "Nothing" we'll have a problem.
16th June 2020 07:03 PM
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David Sugden, director of corporate affairs at beIN Media Group.“The next cycle of rights we will not bid anything near what we currently pay,” he said, adding that if Saudi Arabia secured a place at English football’s top table, that would be “letting the fox into the henhouse”.

This is what it was all about...

Blackmailing the PL..
16th June 2020 09:09 PM
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(16th June 2020 09:09 PM)Jinkyjim Wrote: Guests cannot see links in the messages. Please register to forum by clicking here to see links.David Sugden, director of corporate affairs at beIN Media Group.“The next cycle of rights we will not bid anything near what we currently pay,” he said, adding that if Saudi Arabia secured a place at English football’s top table, that would be “letting the fox into the henhouse”.

This is what it was all about...

Blackmailing the PL..

Sounds like the tactic of a defeated cause to me.

Pulling that card is literally the last gasp for any deal in any industry.
17th June 2020 10:12 AM
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All this stuff on Mauriss is very interesting, to say the least. Who was the first person to mention a second bidder? Richard Keys. Who does he work for? BeIN Sports. Who are they owned by? Qatar. Who is bidding for advertising rights for the Qatar World Cup? Henry Mauriss.
17th June 2020 12:37 PM
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