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Mitigating Sovereign Risk for Construction Contractors in developing Countries

Friday 17 Aug 2018

This paper discusses strategies for limiting the risks faced by Contractors operating in developing countries utilising

  • International Investment Treaties, including BITs (Bilateral Investment Treaties between two states), MITs (Multilateral Investment Treaties, eg the Energy Charter Treaty) and Free Trade Agreements; and
  • International Arbitration – avoiding host State court jurisdiction.
Author: 
Sean Marriott
Resource type: 
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