Africa
TDM | 20-Oct-2016
This Special Issue presents diverse views on a number of salient topics affecting international arbitration involving the African continent.
Institut Afrique Monde | 13-Jul-2016
La dernière décennie a vu un épanouissement de l’arbitrage international en Afrique. Répond-il aux espoirs que l’Afrique a placés en lui ?
ICTSD | 30-Jun-2016
La problématique de la libéralisation des investissements est une question qui mérite toute l’attention des pays africains. Quelle approche devraient-ils adopter dans ce domaine ?
South Centre | 1-Mar-2016
In African countries, the expansion of international investment agreements could carry significant risks to policy space and policy tools necessary for industrialization and development.
Jeune Afrique | 8-Feb-2016
Le tribunal arbitral du Cirdi s’est déclaré incompétent pour juger le différend qui oppose le groupe espagnol de BTP et Malabo, dans le cadre d’une procédure déclenchée en 2012.
Lexology | 3-Jul-2015
In recent years, many African governments have made an effort to improve foreign investors’ protections by entering into many BITs and related agreements with non-African countries
The Southern Times | 16-Mar-2015
With increased levels of investment into Africa, the number of legal disputes in the continent is also on the rise.
ECDPM | 4-Aug-2014
The US Trade Representative Michael Froman argues for comprehensive trade and investment strategy – read possibly in the future, negotiate reciprocal trade agreements, à la EU-Africa Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) but with more binding investment clauses to protect the interests of US businessmen.
| 10-Mar-2012
African governments once rushed into signing bilateral investment treaties to encourage FDI. Lawyers are now calling for new models.