Settlement of Disputes in Bilateral Investment Treaties in Morocco
In collaboration with the Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Kingdom of Morocco ESCWA held a National Workshop on disputes between States and investors during the period 5-7 June 2013. The purpose of this workshop was to discuss the cases raised by some foreign investors against the Kingdom of Morocco, to familiarize participants with the types and scope of disputes that may arise between the investors and the state, dispute settlement mechanisms, procedures that govern dispute settlement mechanisms, applicable standards to the settlement of disputes, and reformulation of disputes settlement items in the framework of bilateral investment agreements. The workshop reviewed methods of dispute resolution, including amicable means and judicial means, types of arbitration, regional centers, organization and competence of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, proceedings in front of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, liberalize the disputes settlement in investment agreements item. Practical cases on show trials were also reviewed, the study of procedural rules in Egypt agreements, and UNCITRAL, International Chamber of Commerce and the Arab Investment Court and other courts Arbitration. Participants also reviewed the contractual relationship between arbitration and investment arbitration agreements, the relationship between item disputes and other items of the settlement of investment agreements.
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