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transformations, especially when dealing with colossal investments or co-investments concerning critical national infrastructures such as ports, airports, railways, pipelines and energy generation and distribution. In this respect, while recognizing the Chinese Vision’s commitment to and pursuit of harmony, 35

In: International Organizations and the Promotion of Effective Dispute Resolution

highly influential in the area of dispute settlement. As examples of its core values, the aiib has already pledged that it will fight corruption, 4 support sustainable energy in Asia, 5 and maintains a framework on environmental and social sustainability. 6 These form part of its declared ethos

In: International Organizations and the Promotion of Effective Dispute Resolution

in the fact that, typically, over 80% of parties in pending lcia cases are from outside the United Kingdom. 8 The lcia receives around 300 arbitration referrals each year 9 from parties representing a diverse range of industries. Disputes in the banking and finance and the energy and resources

In: International Organizations and the Promotion of Effective Dispute Resolution

has the potential to become the world’s largest network for regional collaboration. 30 bri is likely to generate a wide range of commercial and investment disputes in the infrastructure, transportation, logistics, maritime, energy and financing sectors, between Chinese investors and their local

In: International Organizations and the Promotion of Effective Dispute Resolution

the provision of finance, much of its energy and resources were devoted to technical assistance and advice directed toward the promotion of conditions conducive to rapid economic growth and the creation of a favorable investment climate in the broadest sense of the term. To that end, sound technical

In: International Organizations and the Promotion of Effective Dispute Resolution

) Bangladesh Railway; (xv) Ministry of Education; (xvi) Power Division of the Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources; and (xvii) Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. See ibid. 12 The government completed separation of the judiciary from the executive in November 2007 through an ordinance, which was

In: International Organizations and the Promotion of Effective Dispute Resolution