This chapter continues the analysis of specialized investment laws and goes beyond issues of control towards issues of promotion of foreign investment. It is arguable that the techniques used to promote inward investment are now more significant than techniques of control. Indeed, data from UNCTAD appears to confirm that most changes in investment laws are towards greater liberalization than restriction, notwithstanding the continued use of restrictions by most countries for strategic purposes.1 Against this background the chapter looks, first, at host state...
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