Arbitration in Africa: 'Chindia' Perspective
Article from: TDM 4 (2016), in Africa
The global economy thrives on foreign investment. The rising world economies have created a huge demand for investors to explore business with them. Traditional bilateral ties of securing investments have been taken over by mutually negotiated Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs). This has generated a new debate of security of investors in the host country. African and Asian nations are growing players in this geo-political and economic landscape. Their mutual concerns and expectations revolve around conducive legal infrastructure for amicable, speedy, transparent and ...