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This chapter first discusses the function of investment arbitration in international dispute settlement. It then covers arbitration institutions, rules, and regimes; the subjectmatter of investment disputes; the parties to the investment arbitration; the different forms and the scope of consent to arbitration; procedural requirements for the institution of proceedings; the applicability of most favored nation (MFN) clauses to dispute settlement; selection of domestic courts in contracts; applicable law; remedies; costs of major investment arbitrations; challenge and review of decisions; and enforcement of awards.

Keywords: investment arbitration, international dispute settlement, investment disputes, consent, most favored nation clauses, remedies, costs, review, enforcement

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