International Finance

The 2011 Update of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

Introduction

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16
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4
Author: 
Jernej Letnar Cernic
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P.R.I.M.E. Finance: The Role and Function of the New Arbitral Institution for the Settlement of Financial Disputes in The Hague

Introduction

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16
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3
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Dr. Eric De Brabandere
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Morrison v. Nat’l Australia Bank Ltd.: The Supreme Court Rejects Extraterritoriality

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14
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22
Author: 
Paul B. Stephan
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Congress Continues to Attack Currency Manipulation as China Defuses G-20 Pressure For Now: the International Law Issues

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14
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19
Author: 
Claus D. Zimmermann
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Iceland's Financial Crisis – Quo Vadis International Law

I. Introduction

In October 2008, Iceland's banking system collapsed. Within a week, the three major banks comprising ninety percent of the Icelandic banking system had failed. It was one of the fastest and most comprehensive banking crises in history. This collapse occurred at the height of the global credit crunch and followed the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in the United States.

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14
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5
Author: 
Michael Waibel
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WTO Appellate Body Upholds Compliance Panel's Findings in Cotton Subsidies Dispute

I. Introduction

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12
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19
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Karen Halverson Cross
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The WTO Gambling Dispute: Antigua Mulls Retaliation as the U.S. Negotiates Withdrawal of its GATS Commitments

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12
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5
Author: 
Simon Lester
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A WTO Panel Openly Rejects the Appellate Body's "Zeroing" Case Law

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12
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3
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Sungjoon Cho
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ICSID Annulment Committee Rules on the Relationship between Customary and Treaty Exceptions on Necessity in Situations of Financial Crisis

Introduction

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11
Issue: 
30
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Jürgen T. Kurtz
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German Constitutional Court Rules on Necessity in Argentine Bondholder Case

On May 8, 2007, the German Constitutional Court (the "Bundesverfassungsgericht") handed down a decision on the question of whether Argentina could invoke necessity under general international law as an affirmative defense against claims brought in German courts by private individuals for the country's default on sovereign bonds in early 2002.[1] While the Court accepted that necessity was recognized as precluding the wrongfulness of a breach of internation

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11
Issue: 
20
Author: 
Stephan W. Schill
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