Intra-African investment treaties: in search of a new balance
With a surge in commercial activity between African states, Thomas Kendra, partner at Hogan Lovells in Paris, looks at how regional and bilateral intra-African treaties aim to strike a fresh balance between the preservation of states’ regulatory space and the encouragement and protection of investments, with particular attention to the innovative rebalancing efforts of the Morocco-Nigeria BIT.
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