National treatment of foreign investors: An interpretative analysis
It is understandable that some discouse into the issue of discrimination against non-national investors in host countries is of particular interest to those to whom such a tenet appertains. This writer posits that a substantive interpretative approach, one that seeks to gain equality by treating unequals unequally and should be applied and places this proposition against a backdrop of the Foreign Investment Act. The proposition is provocative and the issues dealt with are pertinent to Caribbean expansion today.
Issue: Volume 13 (1998)