31st May 2011
This Conference explores how policy space may be constrained by international investment agreements (IIAs) particularly when a host state seeks to respond to a financial crisis drawing from the situation of Argentina but also looking at other experiences. Singapore and ASEAN as well as some Asian states have since modified their IIAs.
Special combined registration rates are also available for persons who also wish to attend the Singapore International Arbitration Forum 2011 (SIAF 2011.)
- FINANCIAL CRISES AND INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS
- EXCEPTION CLAUSES
- SELF JUDGING CLAUSES AND INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS
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