The Case for Well Balanced Bilateral Investment Treaties (BIT): Using the Morocco-Nigeria BIT as a Blue Print for Future Investment Treaties
Article from: TDM 3 (2022), in Africa
The Morocco-Nigeria Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) has received a lot of scholarly attention not only because it involves two economic giants on the African continent but also because it promised to set a new path/trend in the contents of such Bilateral Investment Treaties. In this article, the Author seeks to explore the question of whether or not this BIT can serve as a blueprint for other African Countries to regulate foreign investments. The paper has been divided into sections. The novel provisions in this BIT and their impact in promoting bilateral investments between both ...