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Feldman v Mexico, Award and Dissenting Opinion, ICSID Case No ARB(AF)/99/1, (2003) 18 ICSID Rev-FILJ 488, (2003) 42 ILM 625, (2005) 7 ICSID Rep 341, IIC 157 (2002), despatched 16th December 2002, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

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Whether Mexico's actions could be considered as an expropriation under Article 1110 of the North American Free Trade Agreement (‘NAFTA’).

Whether Mexico treated the Claimant's investment according to the national treatment standard of Article 1102 of the NAFTA.

Keywords: Evidence; Adverse inference; Burden of proof; Measure; Tax measures; Standards of treatment; Due process; National treatment; National treatment, de facto treatment; National treatment, in like circumstances (or likeness); National treatment, treatment no less favourable; Expropriation; Public purpose (expropriation and); Remedies and costs; Compensation; Damages; Admissibility; Treaties, interpretation

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Subjects: Public International Law ; International Law ; Arbitration ; Law

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