ICSID Reports Volume 4

Reports of the World Bank Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes are presented for the first time in consolidated form.

ICSID Reports  Volume 4

Reports of the World Bank Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes are presented for the first time in consolidated form.

ICSID Reports

Volume 2 contains material relating to proceedings commenced between 1981 and 1983 , and Volume 3 contains the first three proceedings commenced in 1984. Volume 4 contains the texts of decisions and awards relating to ICSID cases ...

ICSID Reports

Volume 13 brings the ICSID Reports up to date and includes cases up to early 2007.

ICSID Reports Volume 6

Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka on 27 June 1990 ( ICSID Case No. ... ARB / 97 / 4 , especially paragraphs 37 and 38 ) . 27. ... ARB / 87 / 3 , Award of 27 June 1990 , ICSID Reports , Vol . 4 , p . 246 . 3 Tradex Hellas SA v .

ICSID Reports  Volume 6

Volume 6 brings the series substantially up-to-date to include important recent decisions from 1998 to 2003.

ICSID Reports Volume 5

Reports of Cases Decided Under the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes Between States and Nationals of Other States, ... ARB / 87 / 3 , Award of June 27 , 1990 , ICSID Reports , Vol . 4 , 251 . AWARD A. Introduction 1.

ICSID Reports  Volume 5

Volume 5 brings the series substantially up-to-date to include important recent decisions from 1996 to 2000.

ICSID Reports Volume 19

The ICSID Reports contain decisions rendered by arbitral tribunals and ad hoc committees under the aegis of the ... Volume 4 contains the texts of decisions and awards relating to ICSID cases commenced between 1984 and 1992.

ICSID Reports  Volume 19

The ICSID Reports provide an authoritative collection of investor-State arbitral awards rendered under the auspices of the World Bank's International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and other institutions. These decisions, which are fully indexed, make an important contribution to the growing body of jurisprudence on international investment law. The ICSID Reports are an invaluable tool for practitioners, scholars and government lawyers working in the field of public international law, investment treaty arbitration, and international commercial arbitration, whether advising foreign investors or States. Volume 19 of the ICSID Reports focuses on The Meaning of Investment, including an opening piece on the unity of investment by leading scholar and arbitrator Professor Christoph Schreuer and an overview of subject-matter jurisdiction by Professor Michael Waibel. Volume 19 of the ICSID Reports includes summaries, digests and excerpts of decisions rendered between 2004 and 2016 in 21 cases: Mitchell v. DRC, Malaysian Historical Salvors v. Malaysia, Bayview v. Mexico, Biwater Gauff v. Tanzania, Quasar de Valors v. Russia, Phoenix Action v. Czech Republic, Romak v. Uzbekistan, Fakes v. Turkey, Global Trading Resource v. Ukraine, HICEE v. Slovakia, Abaclat v. Argentina, Caratube v. Kazakhstan, Deutsche Bank v. Sri Lanka, Standard Chartered Bank v. Tanzania, Ambiente Ufficio v. Argentina, AES v. Kazakhstan, Enkev Beheer v. Poland, Poštová banka v. Greece, Gavazzi v. Romania, and MNSS v. Montenegro.

ICSID Reports Volume 9

EDITORIAL NOTE The ICSID Reports contain decisions rendered by arbitral tribunals and ad hoc committees set up within the ... Volume 4 contains the texts of decisions and awards relating to ICSID cases commenced between 1984 and 1992.

ICSID Reports  Volume 9

Volume 9 brings the ICSID reports up to date and includes cases up to 2005.

ICSID Reports Volume 7

EDITORIAL NOTE The ICSID Reports contain decisions rendered by arbitral tribunals and ad hoc committees set up within the ... Volume 4 contains the texts of decisions and awards relating to ICSID cases commenced between 1984 and 1992.

ICSID Reports  Volume 7

Volume 7 brings the series up to date to include important recent decisions up to July 2003.

ICSID Reports Volume 8

The ICSID Reports contain decisions rendered by arbitral tribunals and ad hoc committees set up within the framework of the ... Volume 4 contains the texts of decisions and awards relating to ICSID cases commenced between 1984 and 1992.

ICSID Reports  Volume 8

Volume 8 brings the series up to date to include important recent decisions up to mid-2004.

ICSID Reports Volume 2

Reports of Cases Decided Under the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes Between States and ... the most recent volume of the ICSID Reports . after Klöckner began managing the operation , SOCAME and Klöckner 4 KLÖCKNER v .

ICSID Reports  Volume 2

Reports of the World Bank Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes are presented for the first time in consolidated form covering the period of 1981-1983.

ICSID Reports Volume 3

Reports of Cases Decided Under the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes Between States and Nationals ... Article 25 ( 4 ) provides that a State's notification to the Centre of the kinds of disputes that it would consider ...

ICSID Reports  Volume 3

It is more than 25 years since the World Bank Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes entered into force. These reports present in a single, comprehensive series all those decisions of ICSID tribunals which are in the public domain, as well as the decisions of national courts relating to such proceedings. All decisions are prefaced by a summary and a key word heading. Consolidated tables of cases and consolidated indexes are present in each volume. This third volume contains materials relating to proceedings from 1983 to 1992, and is fully indexed.

ICSID Reports Volume 1

determined much earlier to proceed with this part of the project since , apparently , on November 13 , 1968 , the Amco Group wrote to PT Wisma reporting that the structural work on the high - rise had already started ( CI . Doc . 4 ) .

ICSID Reports  Volume 1

These reports present in a single, comprehensive series all those decisions of ICSID tribunals which are in the public domain, as well as the decisions of national courts relating to such proceedings.

The International Law Commission 1999 2009

Volume IV: Treaties, Final Draft Articles, and Other Materials Arthur Watts, Michael M. Wood, Arnold Pronto, ... The Republic ofIndonesia, First Arbitration (1984); Annulment (1986); Resubmitted case (1990), ICSID Reports, vol.1, p.

The International Law Commission 1999 2009

This book contains the work of the United Nations International Law Commission (ILC) during the period 1999-2009, brining up to date the three-volume series on the work of the Commission edited by Sir Arthur Watts. Each text is accompanied by an introduction, a concise description of the negotiation process and a carefully selected bibliography.

Dispute Settlement Reports 2009 Volume 4 Pages 1617 2094

This is the case, inter alia, of the ECHR77, the ICTY/ICTR78, and the ICSID.79 83. The above survey of national and international legal systems shows that even if there is no doctrine of stare decisis, as a matter of judicial practice, ...

Dispute Settlement Reports 2009  Volume 4  Pages 1617 2094

The authorized, paginated WTO Dispute Settlement Reports in English: cases for 2009.

ICSID Reports

Volume 2 contains material relating to proceedings commenced between 1981 and 1983 , and Volume 3 contains the first three proceedings commenced in 1984. Volume 4 contains the texts of decisions and awards relating to ICSID cases ...

ICSID Reports

Volume 11 brings the ICSID reports up to date and includes cases up to late 2005.

Decoding Chinese Bilateral Investment Treaties

Mobil Oil NZ Ltd., ICSID Reports, Vol. 4, 1987, 117. Holiday Inns v. Morocco, ICSID Case No. ARB/72/1; AMCO v. Indonesia, ICSID Reports, Vol. 1, 1993, p. 410, at 412; MINE v. Guinea, Decision of December 4, 1985. SPP v.

Decoding Chinese Bilateral Investment Treaties

This is a major work investigating China's bilateral investment treaties (BITs) regime through various approaches including textual analysis, case study, comparative study and empirical study. This book tries to unveil some of the puzzles in Chinese BITs. The general consensus is that the evolution of China's BIT regime has its underlying logic, which follows an investment liberalization trend and fits China's changing role from a key capital-importing state to a major capital-exporting state. A similar trend is evident in Chinese BIT-making and BIT policy. This book investigates these theoretical assumptions and looks into some of the loopholes in Chinese BITs.

Yearbook of the International Law Commission 2011 Vol II Part 2 Chinese language

195 et seq.; ICSID Reports, vol. 6 (2004), pp. ... ARB/01/12, Award of 14 July 2006, ICSID Reports, vol. ... ARB(AF)/98/3, Final Award of 26 June 2003, ICSID Reports, vol. 7 (2005), pp. 421 et seq.; ILM, vol. 42, No. 4 (2003), pp.

Yearbook of the International Law Commission 2011  Vol  II  Part 2  Chinese language

The Yearbook contains the official records of the International Law Commission and is an indispensable tool for the preservation of the legislative history of the documents emanating from the Commission, as well as for the teaching, study, dissemination and wider appreciation of the efforts undertaken by the Commission in the progressive development of international law and its codification. Volume II (Part Two) reproduces the edited version of the annual report of the Commission to the General Assembly.

Asian Yearbook of International Law

Volume 14 (2008) B.S. Chimni, Miyoshi Masahiro, Li-ann Thio ... ARB/87/3, 27 June 1990, ICSID Reports, Vol. 4, 246. (at 51) There, the investor sought to rely on the more favourable dispute settlement provisions in the Sri ...

Asian Yearbook of International Law

Launched in 1991, the Asian Yearbook of International Law is a major refereed publication dedicated to international law issues as seen primarily from an Asian perspective, under the auspices of the Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA). It is the first publication of its kind edited by a team of leading international law scholars from across Asia. The Yearbook provides a forum for the publication of articles in the field of international law, and other Asian international law topics, written by experts from the region and elsewhere. Its aim is twofold: to promote international law in Asia, and to provide an intellectual platform for the discussion and dissemination of Asian views and practices on contemporary international legal issues. Each volume of the Yearbook normally contains articles and shorter notes; a section on State practice; an overview of Asian states participation in multilateral treaties; succinct analysis of recent international legal developments in Asia; an agora section devoted to critical perspectives on international law issues; surveys of the activities of international organizations of special relevance to Asia; and book review, bibliography and documents sections. It will be of interest to students and academics interested in international law and Asian studies.

Competence Competence in the Face of Illegality in Contracts and Arbitration Agreements

Egypt, in the absence of a choice of law by the parties Article 42 of the ICSID Convention referred the Tribunal to the law of the host State, ... ARB/84/4, Decision on Annulment, 22 December 1989, ICSID Reports, Vol. 4 (1997), p. 96).

Competence Competence in the Face of Illegality in Contracts and Arbitration Agreements

Also available as an e-book Competence-competence and corruption have, for different reasons, been mainstays of international dispute resolution thought and practice for the longest time. In the last few years, their intersection has become increasingly important and problematic. These lectures seek to define the problem and to provide acceptable solutions where possible. They attempt to derive support from both a stringent dogmatic approach and pragmatic attention to real-life expectations and conduct. More so than in other areas of private international law, the intersection between the powers of the arbitrator and the illegality of the subject matter or the parties’ conduct poses a particular challenge. That challenge is to postulate proper solutions under the law, including principles of transnational or international law, to conduct which can take on a multiplicity of appearances owing to conflicting cultural understandings of what is and is not legal in commercial life. The statement that bribery and corruption offend transnational or international public policy does not relieve the arbitrator from the burden of scrutinizing that statement doctrinally and exploring its consequences in a period of ever-increasing globalization of economic activity and investment.

Iran US Claims Tribunal Reports Volume 39

In the same vein the chairman of the ICSID Tribunal rejected a challenge against Professor Fadlallah for the following reasons: ... The applicant had not put forward sufficient evidence regarding the connections between ICSID Case No ...

Iran US Claims Tribunal Reports  Volume 39

The Iran-US Claims Tribunal, concerned principally with the claims of US nationals against Iran, is the most important international claims tribunal to have sat in over half a century. Its jurisprudence is bound to make a uniquely important contribution to international law and, in particular, the law relating to aliens, treaty law, and international arbitral procedure. Volume 39 also contains the decisions of the Tribunal's appointing authority in four recent arbitrator challenges and, for the first time, includes the pleadings submitted by the parties and the challenged arbitrator. The series is the only complete and fully indexed report of the decisions of this unique Tribunal. These reports are essential for all practitioners in the field of international claims, academics in private and public international law and comparative lawyers, as well as all Governments and law libraries.

The Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law

Arb/87/3, Award of 27 June 1990, ICSID Reports, vol 4, at 246ff (this award is also available on the website: <www.investmentclaims.com>). See, in particular, para 26(D). See S Manciaux, Investissements Etrangers et Arbitrage entre ...

The Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law

The Oxford Handbooks series is a major new initiative in academic publishing. Each volume offers an authoritative and state-of-the-art survey of current thinking and research in a particular subject area. Specially commissioned essays from leading international figures in the discipline give critical examinations of the progress and direction of debates. Oxford Handbooks provide scholars and graduate students with compelling new perspectives upon a wide range of subjects in the humanities and social sciences. The Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law aims to provide the first truly exhaustive account of the current state and future development of this important and topical field of international law. The Handbook is divided into three main parts. Part One deals with fundamental conceptual issues, Part Two deals with the main substantive areas of law, and Part Three deals with the major procedural issues arising out of the settlement of international investment disputes. The book has a policy-oriented introduction, setting the more technical chapters that follow in their policy environment within which contemporary norms for international foreign investment law are evolving. The Handbook concludes with a chapter written by the editors to highlight the major conclusions of the collection, to identify trends in the existing law, and to look forward to the future development of this field.