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The Expansion of Jurisdiction by ICSID Tribunals: Approaches, Reasons and Damages

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Affiliations: 1: Dr. CHEN Huiping, LL.B., MA., PhD (Xiamen University Law School, China) is Professor of Law at Xiamen University Law School. The author can be contacted at This article is a product of the major research project of China's National Humanities and Social Science Grant "A Study on the Legal Regime for Promoting and Protecting China's Oversea Investment" (the project number is 09&DZ032). The author would like to extend her gratitude to Prof. An Chen, her former PhD supervisor and current colleague, for his encouragement to write this article. Gratitude is also extended to Ms. Zhou Jun, her Masters student and research assistant, for her assistance in collecting some relevant materials.


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