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-State Arbitration teaches us that in May 1966 the United States State Department, in a report to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, predicted that the use of the ICSID procedure would ‘create a significant new body of international law’ (p. 177). Today, some fifty years later, this prediction certainly

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

intricate interpretive framework within which the plain packaging dispute unfolded and strengthened the argument for recognising the justifiability of measures directed towards public health. This article began by noting that the prediction that trademark and other intellectual property owners would find

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

’ (para 268). As the Tribunal explained, ‘the “obvious futility” threshold is a high one’: it ‘requires an actual unavailability of recourse or recourse that is proven to be “manifestly ineffective”—which, in turn, requires more than one side simply proffering its best estimate or prediction as to its

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

States Trade Representative Ron Kirk that it is fully behind the commitment of the United States to free trade. It is my own prediction that this commitment is going to be implemented and will be fully perceptible in the ongoing discourse among member States of the WTO in the months and years ahead, and

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

international law and the little mayhem that has been generated so far by the lack of a common adjudicative language, notwithstanding the dire predictions presented in the past by many authors (including the present reviewer). Moreover, contrary to expectations, the number of frequency of jurisdictional clashes

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

different factors arc at play within the two groups, causing the subset to produce significantly more filings per country than the non-subset group. Two separate analyses would produce more accurate, tailored results. The sum of the two separate predicted results would allow for a prediction of the overall

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against these acts, the clauses became less relevant. Predictions were, therefore, made that governments of developing countries will no longer grant stabilisation clauses. 21 The predictions about the demise of stabilisation clauses were however short-lived. The mid-1980s catastrophic fall in minerals

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

with the production network in Southeast Asia, the proposed India-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement 82 is likely to further boost investment collaboration. This is in line with the predictions of the ‘Flying Geese’ model which suggests that FDI from East (e.g. Japan, South Korea) and Southeast Asia

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

heated debate developed between supporters and critics of the CnD as the sides competed between themselves and among themselves in providing extreme and original doomsday predictions of either the acceptance or the rejection of the CIID. On 24 September 2003, the European Parliament adopted at first

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

superpowers-has passed its peak." Predictions are that by 2027 China will have overtaken the U.S. to become the country with the largest economy in the world.16 This would spell an end to the U.S.'s long reign as the driving force in the global economy. The definition of a global economic superpower is key to

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade