The risks inherent in investing in developing markets are well appreciated,particularly by those within the energy sector for whom foreign direct investmentis often routine. However, the traditional routes taken to provide a measureof protection, such as the obtaining of export credit guarantee insurance, areoften of small value compared to the amount invested. Recent years have seena proliferation of a new form of protection, the bilateral investment treatyor ‘BIT’. If its role is properly unde
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