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There are more than 3000 bilateral investment treaties (BITs) in force. BITs are designed to facilitate foreign direct investment (FDI) and developing countries negotiate them as a strategy to attract FDI. BITs contain common denominators of free admission, fair treatment, non-expropriation and...
The conservation of exhaustible natural resources constitutes a prominent linkage and one of the ongoing debates in the relationship between trade liberalization and environmental sustainability. Indeed, the recognition of this linkage was embodied as an important exception to the rules of the...
In the present global scenario, many emerging countries are showing an increasing interest in the growth and development of African region. This is because of the existing potential and opportunities and a rising trend in GDP of African region i.e. at the rate of 5.1 per cent which is well above...
This article reviews the interaction between international humanitarian law (IHL) and international investment law (IIL). Specifically, this article analyses the point of intersection between IHL and IIL through the application of the full protection and security standard in times of armed...
This article focuses on the tensions between law and economics which inevitably occur in connection with the quantification of damages in international investment disputes between foreign shareholders (foreign investors) and host states. In this context, four contemporary approaches to...
The main purpose of this work is to investigate and analyze Chinese Internet firms (CIFs) and their business models, corporate structures, and internationalization patterns in global business and trade. By using a case-based research approach, secondary data, and firm-specific information, the...
This paper argues that the White Industries Ltd. case must act as an eye opener for the Indian Government. It is a landmark decision, not just for the position of law adopted in the final award, but it also for its significance as a precursor to what may lie ahead if India were to continue the...
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