Bringing Claims and Enforcing International Arbitration Awards Against Sub-Saharan African States and Parties

in The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
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Abstract

This article examines the difficulties inherent to enforcing ICC awards and other commercial awards against sub-Saharan African States or parties, as well as the difficulties of bringing claims and enforcing ICSID (or other treaty-based awards) against sub-Saharan African States in the context of investor/State disputes. It concludes by summarizing potential means for sub-Saharan African States to improve their international arbitration regimes and the enforcement of international arbitral awards in the region.

Bringing Claims and Enforcing International Arbitration Awards Against Sub-Saharan African States and Parties

in The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals

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