Among the numerous criticisms leveled at investor-state arbitration over the years, it has almost become de rigueur to point out a lack of transparency. In this arena “transparency” refers to the extent to which the public may be aware of the existence of a dispute, have access to key arbitral documents, or attend oral hearings.



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