ICSID Proposes New Rules

CDR Magazine

"Electronic filing, greater transparency and the early disclosure of funding are among the measures unveiled by the World Bank’s investor-state arbitration centre in a draft of its new rules. The International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes, the World Bank’s investor-state dispute settlement centre, has unveiled proposed changes to its rules, aimed at bringing it in line with the latest developments in international arbitration. The updated rules cover arbitration, conciliation and fact-finding, as well as introducing new mediation rules."

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