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    Michael Inderhees

    my question goes more into the direction of investment protectionism.

    Doing research on national security review systems (like the USA's CFIUS), i am wondering to what extend a decision of the CFIUS could be brought to an international panel, such as the ISCID or a NAFTA panel? What would be the basis for such a claim? (a violation of a BIT provision? and if yes, what could be most likely be a ground for the claim?)

    would love to get some feedback


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