Investment Treaty Arbitration refers to arbitration conducted under the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes Between States and Nationals of Other States Done at Washington (“Washington Convention”) signed in 1965 and other arbitration cases between the host country of receiving investment and foreign investor under bilateral or multilateral treaties. China has acceded to the Washington Convention, and also concluded various treaties with other countries regarding investment protection. The convention and the treaties constitute the basis for Investment Treaty Arbitration. Although Investment Treaty Arbitration shares some similarities with regular commercial arbitration, its uniqueness is obvious, i.e., one party to the arbitration is always a nation.

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