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ii .4. This Chapter presents a full picture of how isds tribunals have treated the issue of double compensation. It shows how the possible scenarios and different requirements of double compensation, which were set out in the previous Chapter, have played out in practice. This Chapter has a

In: Double Recovery in Investment Arbitration
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. 2079 The cases are arranged in reverse-chronological order. This table contains all isds cases that have discussed the res judicata effect to date. There are in total 53 cases. However, not all of them concern res judicata as between different proceedings, i.e. some of the cases (marked in grey

In: Double Recovery in Investment Arbitration
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national level and at the international level. In particular, given the fact that China is a leading state, both as host State and as home State, and China’s government and Chinese investors have become involved in the investor-state dispute settlement ( ISDS ), and in light of the efforts that many states

In: The BRICS in the New International Legal Order on Investment
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-awaited mega-regionals. 3 Latin American countries’ negotiation and conclusion of IIAs goes hand-in-hand with a rethinking of investment standards and a specific targeting of the investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) mechanism, and sometimes the termination of old generation BITs. 4 The present article

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade