Investment Treaty News Quarterly, Volume 6, Issue 2, May 2015
In this issue:
The Merits and Limitations of General Exception Clauses in Contemporary Investment Treaty Practice; Rethinking Investment-Related Dispute Settlement; Experts at UNCTAD Meeting Give Shape to IIA Reform Options; Investment Law and the 1%: On Which Side of the Divide?; The Brazil–Mozambique and Brazil–Angola Cooperation and Investment Facilitation Agreements (CIFAs): A Descriptive Overview; China’s Antitrust Crackdown Hits Qualcomm with US$975 Million Fine: What Can Other Host States Learn From the Story?; News in Brief; Awards and Decisions; Resources and Events
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