International investors use contracts to structure their investments in ways that will allow them to achieve their goals. As a result, the specific provisions of the contractual framework governing an international investment are subject to great diversity and depend on a host of factors, including the law and politics of the countries concerned, the nature of the investment project, investor bargaining power, and expected developments in the international economic and political context. It would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, to catalogue the diverse...
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