The Viewpoint - Investment Arbitration in India: An introduction to Concepts and Challenges in the White Industries DisputeJune 14 2013
By Raj Panchmatia and Meghna Rajadhyaksha
Investment arbitration appears to have opened a new avenue for foreign investors to seek redressal for treatment accorded to them by the Government of India. Such arbitration, available under Bilateral Investment Treaties signed by India with various countries, gives individual investors access to protection under international law, for various acts of omission and commission on part of the Government of India.
The impact of . . .
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