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Author: Mo Zhang

need means an imminent want for something to live through a difficulty, which includes both economic need (e.g., money) and want for living (e.g., service). A desperate situation concerns not only economic constraints but also hardships in life, health, or reputation. It is therefore clear that

In: Chinese Contract Law - Theory & Practice, Second Edition

persuaded Russia to embrace a “pre-establishment commitments” with a negative-list approach. This was the first and last time these terms entered into Russia’s political and economic life. Under the BIT , Russia committed itself to the pre-establishment national treatment subject to exceptions which had

In: The BRICS in the New International Legal Order on Investment