Canada’s Accession to the ICSID Convention and the 2006 Canada-Peru Bilateral Investment Treaty: New Protections and Opportunities for Investors
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University of Ottawa - Civil Law Section
April 29, 2006
EL ARBITRAJE EN EL PERÚ Y EL MUNDO, LIMA, ARBITRAJE COMERCIAL Y ARBITRAJE DE INVERSIÓN SERIES, pp. 851-865, Carlos Alberto Soto Coaguila, ed., 2008
This paper examines Canada’s accession the ICSID Convention. It also analyses the new bilateral investment treaty entered into in 2006 between Canada and Peru. Issues discussed in this paper include the national treatment clause, the minimum standard of treatment clause (fair and equitable treatment), the most favoured nation clause and the protection against expropriation.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 23
Keywords: Bits, Investment, Treaties, ICSID, Canada, Peru, Arbitration
JEL Classification: K33Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: April 29, 2010
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