国际投资法前沿问题与中国投资条约的完善——“中国与ICSID”国际投资法与仲裁高级研讨会综述 (Current Issues in International Investment Law and the Improvement of Chinese Investment Treaty Practice)
Journal of Xi'an Jiaotong University (Social Science Edition), Vol. 33, No. 3, 2013, pp. 74-78
5 Pages Posted: 5 Jan 2017
Date Written: January 6, 2013
Chinese Abstract: “中国与ICSID”国际投资法与仲裁高级研讨班与圆桌讨论会期间，来自海内外的顶级专家、学者围绕国际投资法与仲裁领域的热点和前沿问题进行了深入研讨。会议认为：国际投资法正处在持续深化和不断发展之中，国际投资法在价值定位、条约形式和具体规范等方面均取得了巨大的进展，但同时也面临诸多的争议。国际社会应该以和谐共生、共同繁荣的理念，兼顾不同的利益需要，共同致力于构建一个和谐的国际投资法律秩序。中国作为发展中国家中的投资大国，兼具东道国和投资者母国的双重身份，应该在国际投资法治建设中发挥更加主导性的作用。研讨班促进了国内外理论界和实务界的深度交流，为中国投资实践的完善和国际投资法的发展提供有益借鉴。
English Abstract: The “ICSID and China” International Workshop and Roundtable on International Investment Law and Arbitration held in Xi’an Jiaotong University Law School was a great success, with more than 130 international and national officers, experts, scholars and participants actively debating on important and advanced issues on international investment law and arbitration. It is held that international investment law (IIL) is going through an constant development and promotion. Recently IIL not only makes progress in respect of value orientation, treaty forms and substantial provisions, but also provokes a great deal of disputes. In order to construct a harmonious legalization of international investment, the whole world should take into account of various interest needs with the belief of harmonious co-exist and co-development. As the largest developing country with dual-role in international investment activities, China should actively participate in the rule-making of legalization of international investment. The workshop and roundtable have propelled in-depth exchange between scholars and practitioners from both China and abroad, providing excellent suggestions for perfecting the Chinese investment practice and international investment law.
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Keywords: International investment law; Investment Arbitration; China; ICSID
JEL Classification: K33
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