Associate Rimantas Daujotas is pleased to announce his newest publication “ICSID ‘foreign’ investment requirement in the case of borrowed funds” which was recently released in the Eurasia Arbitration Journal.
In his essay, Rimantas analyzes a specific question related to the notion of an investor’s nationality. Namely, can one consider an investment and, respectively, an investor as foreign if the investor who invests abroad (e.g. the purchase of shares of a local company) also borrows abroad?
Eurasia Arbitration Journal is designed to encourage interest in all matters relating to international arbitration, with an emphasis on practice related to the Eurasia region. In addition to traditional questions of legal interest related to international arbitration, this journal is dedicated to matters of theory and issues arising from the relationship of international arbitration to other disciplines.