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Reconciling the Scramble for Foreign Direct Investments and Environmental Prudence

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A Developing Country's Nightmare

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Affiliations: 1: LL.B (Awka), LL.M (Lagos), LL.M and Ph.D (Saskatchewan); Attorney-at-Law and member of the Nigerian, Calgary and Canadian Bar Associations; currently Assistant Professor of Law and Society, Faculty of Communication and Culture, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.I wish to thank the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, for generously funding the research that gave rise to this article. I am grateful to Professor Martin Phillipson for his comments on the initial draft. Any remaining errors or shortcomings are entirely mine. This article is dedicated to my wife, Chinwe Onwuekwe.The author may be contacted at: ‹›.


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