Bilateral Investment Treaties in the Mid-1990s
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
United Nations Publications, 1998 - Law - 305 pages
This publication reviews the origins, geographical distribution & purposes of bilateral investment treaties. It discusses the negotiating process of such treaties; analyses their individual clauses, focusing on the definition of the terms & principles involved; & examines the impact they have on investment flows. The annexes contain the list of bilateral investment treaties signed as at 1 January 1997 & a selection of model treaties prepared by individual countries or groups of countries.
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B Origins and evolution
Negotiating a bilateral investment treaty
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