The international legal framework for investment is built on international law. Whereas the national legal framework for investment is the product of legislative and regulatory action by individual states and whereas the contractual framework results from negotiations between states and investors, as well as among investors, the international legal framework has grown through agreements and other practices that states have made with one another. International law has traditionally been conceived as the law governing relations among states.1 Strictly speaking, in...
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