Article from: TDM 1 (2009), in Roundup of Articles
In order to understand the title of this presentation, we would like to start with some
considerations made by an Arbitral Tribunal, established under the ICC Rules of Arbitration,
which had to decide in a case with a Turkish company as investor and Claimant, and the Turkish
State as Respondent. The legal precondition was the fact that in the year 2000, the Turkish
legislature had subjected concession agreements to private law.
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C. Rumpf; "The Republic of Turkey in Arbitration"
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