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Voluntary "Westernization" of the Expropriation Rules in Chinese BITS and Its Implication: An Empirical Study

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Affiliations: 1: Ye Ji, LL.B (Hons.), is a M.Phil.-PhD Candidate in International Law, Xiamen University Institute of International Economic Law, P. R. China. The author can be contacted at This research is sponsored by China National Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science (Grant No. 09&ZD032). The author is greatly indebted to Prof. An Chen, Prof. Huaqun Zeng and Prof. Huiping Chen for their unfailing encouragement and support on my research. Special appreciations are due to Prof. Congyan Cai and Dr. Manjiao Chi for their invaluable comments on my preliminary work. I also thank Ms Xiaowen Cao for her kind language assistance. The views expressed in this article are solely the author's alone, and do not necessarily represent a consensus opinion of the Research group or the sponsoring institution. Any error is my own.


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