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come before and lead to a final invasion . Consequently, it could be held a same view, assessment and prediction towards the 21 st century versions of “Yellow Peril” and “China Threat”, which have been repeatedly advocated by American hawkish anti-China Congressmen, by the annual Report of China

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

'Neill's predictions, "rather than suggesting our [Goldman Sachs's] Bpic dream may be derailed by the global recession, the notion that the BRICS can become collectively bigger than the G-7 [of leading industrialized countries] by 2035 is becoming more plausible."15 In this sense, leaders of the so-called G-2016 have

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

investment dispute. Our prediction is that if economies in transition, like Russia, do not start living up to the standards required by international investment agreements quickly, they might face the risk of the marginalization of their national legal orders in the settlement of foreign investment disputes

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

are expected to experience far more intensive e-cornmerce activity than Europe and, possibly, the United States as a direct result of the current aggressive exploitation of e-commerce throughout the region. This prediction may have to be revised downwards in view of the recent SARIS (Severe Acute

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

influences when it refuses to engage legal issues regarding enforcement notwithstanding pertinent party submissions. If a tribunal does not find it ‘desirable to embark on predictions as to the possible conduct of various persons and authorities after the Award has been rendered, especially but not

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

evidence on this question. This is true even when we try to analyze figures from the past, and so much more when we try to make predictions about the future. Therefore, all we can do is to point to certain facts and to discuss their significance for the question we are pondering along with their

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

's long-established relations with the North, yet the question is how much evidence Broadman has for these predictions. This viewpoint has been challenged by some African economists who complain that China and India want to extract raw materials for their own industry and then sell manufactured products

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

growth brought to the environment, whereas developing countries today cannot have this luxury, which translates into Nicholas Stern’s prediction that climate change would be a break on economic growth. 63 At the time when the developed world was becoming rich, economic growth was relatively slow and the

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and arbitration is a consequence of the uncertainty of the underlying legal framework,135 bilateral and multilateral investment treaties constitute legal obligations of high abstractness and extreme vagueness that hardly allow for reliable predictions about the outcome of investment treaty disputes

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

doing anything that would complicate French-British relations in the Orient. Walewski to Thouvenel (Direction Politique no 74), in MD-Egypte (n 7) vol 13. 218 Thouvenel’s prediction of likely Ottoman resistance on this point may also have been informed by indirect contacts between Thouvenel and the

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade