Bolivia's Proposed Changes to its Constitution and Their Effect on the Enforceability of Foreign Awards
Article from: TDM 1 (2009), in Latin America
With the context provided by recent Latin American nationalization events and more
specifically the expropriation of foreign assets in Bolivia, the purpose of this paper is to
analyze the proposed changes to the Bolivian National Constitution (CPE) and their likely effect
on the enforceability of foreign awards.
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G. Bilder; "Bolivia's Proposed Changes to its Constitution and Their Effect on the Enforceability of Foreign Awards"
TDM 1 (2009), www.transnational-dispute-management.com