Investment Protection in Southeast Asia

A Country-by-Country Guide on Arbitration Laws and Bilateral Investment Treaties

Investment Protection in Southeast Asia: A Country-by-Country Guide on Arbitration Laws and Bilateral Investment Treaties is a vital reference guide to investment protection in the region, providing succinct answers to the main questions that investors may consider in connection with investments in a given jurisdiction. Each country chapter covers arbitral legislation and institutions in the country, investment-related domestic laws, an analysis of its bilateral investment treaties, and a summary of investment cases involving the relevant State or its investors.

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Pages: 1–3
Pages: 4–40
2 Brunei
Pages: 41–72
3 Cambodia
Pages: 73–108
4 Indonesia
Pages: 109–160
6 Malaysia
Pages: 200–225
7 Myanmar
Pages: 226–251
8 The Philippines
Pages: 252–296
9 Singapore
Pages: 297–340
10 Thailand
Pages: 341–384
12 Vietnam
Pages: 415–445
Pages: 447–448
Loretta Malintoppi specializes in international commercial and investment arbitration and public international law. She has been admitted to the Rome and Paris Bar. She published regularly on investment arbitration and State-to-State litigation and has co-authored the second edition of Prof. Schreuer’s The ICSID Convention – A Commentary

Charis Tan specialises in public international law, international investment and commercial arbitration, and the upstream oil and gas industry. She has been admitted in Singapore, New York, and England and Wales, and has been recommended by Asia Pacific Legal 500.
Author Bios
Chapter 1 - ASEAN
Chapter 2 - Brunei
Chapter 3 - Cambodia
Chapter 4 - Indonesia
Chapter 5 - Lao
Chapter 6 - Malaysia
Chapter 7 - Myanmar
Chapter 8 - Philippines
Chapter 9 - Singapore
Chapter 10 - Thailand
Chapter 11 - Timor-Leste
Chapter 12 - Vietnam
Investors, legal practitioners, Government officials, academics and anyone specialising in investment protection.
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