The Most Favorized Nation Clause at Stake

In a very recent OECD conference in Paris, the issue was raised whether the most favored national clause should be abolished from BITs since it is the object of abuse.

One could add that – apart from abuse of the most favored national clause - the latter created obligations for the Host State, which may have difficulties in identifying.

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