Emerging international law rules governing exchange controls as to foreign investments (transfer of funds)
Section I of Chapter I adduces the reasons for the selection of the problem examined in this thesis. It was felt that although a formidable volume of literature on the protection of private foreign investments now exists, little attempt has been made to deduce the emerging rules of customary international law from the actual practice of Stats . It is well-recognized that Stats can by their practice give rise to rules of customary international law. Th problem of whether foreign investors...[Show more]
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