Investor-State Disputes arising from Investment Treaties: A Review
Article from: TDM 5 (2006), in Investor-State Disputes - International Investment Law
Review of Investor-State Dispute Settlement Cases and Implications for Developing Countries
Investment treaty provisions on investor-State dispute settlement continue to be frequently used, resulting in a further increase in arbitration cases in 2005, reports UNCTAD´s latest publication in its International Investment Policies for Development series, released this week. The paper, titled Investor-State Disputes Arising from Investment Treaties: A Review, notes that these cases have involved a wide range of investment activities and all kinds of investments, including privatization contracts and State concessions. While such dispute-resolution ...