Bridging the Gap between Bilateral Investments Treaties and Socio-Economic Development across the West African Sub-Region by Ama Asare Korang, ESQ*

INTRODUCTION

Investors generally face risks because of market price changes, reliability and fairness in property rights. Investors complain that rules are unfair and not fixed. The host countries also worry that investors will reap most gains and flee at the first sight of trouble, hence the distrust on both parties lead to little or no investment even if it benefits both parties. Continue reading