Part II The Jurisprudence on Corruption in International Investment Arbitration: Case and Trend Analysis, 6 The Cases
Aloysius P Llamzon
- Corruption — International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes — UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules — Standard of proof — BITs (Bilateral Investment Treaties)
This chapter discusses the decisions and awards in nineteen cases identified as significant for the study of corruption in international investment arbitration. It covers the following: cases where corruption was outcome-determinative; [e.g. World Duty Free Company Ltd. v. Republic of Kenya, Metal-Tech v. Khazakhstan, and Siemens v. Argentina] and cases where corruption allegations did not prosper [e.g. Southern Pacific Properties v. Arab Republic of Egypt, Wena Hotels Ltd. v. Arab Republic of Egypt, and Tanzania Electric Supply Co. v. Independent Power Tanzania Ltd].