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This article analyses the various ways in which investment law raises questions of change. It distinguishes between changes in international investment norms, and changes in a host state’s regulatory system which is subject to the control of such norms, and explains how these different...
The need to bridge the technological gap between developed and developing countries have remained a major topic in the arena of international economic policy over the last fifty years. In this respect, the critical role of technology transfers in facilitating the development of developing...
Whereas investment treaties and arbitration rules do not usually provide any explicit provision for mass claims in investment treaty arbitration, the Tribunal in Abaclat v Argentina established a landmark jurisprudence that allowed a massive 60,000 investors to bundle and bring their claims...
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