International Investment Treaties and the Formation, Application and Transformation of Customary International Law Rules Content type: Journal articles OUP reference: IC-JA 024 (2008)
Citation(s): Chinese Journal of International Law, November 2008; 7:3 659-679 (Other Reference) (2008) 7(3) CJIL 659 (Other Reference) Product: Investment Claims [IC]
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Subject(s): Customary international law — General principles of international law — Treaty provisions International custom is one of the main sources of international law. As a relatively new branch of international law, international investment treaties, emerging in the late 1950s and having been very energetic since the mid-1990s, have become a driving force and an important forum for the formation, application and transformation of the customary international law rules.
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