A foreign investor investing in another state may benefit from specific protections in the form of legislation protecting foreign investments in the host state, protections established by bilateral or multilateral investment treaties1, or protections established by the terms of a given concession or investment contract with the host state or a state entity (or some combination of these). The foreign investor investing in another state benefits from certain protections established as a matter of customary international law2, but these may be of
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