Most-favoured-nation Provisions Sample Clauses

Most-favoured-nation Provisions. 1. Each Contracting Party shall ensuOx fair and equitable treatment of the investments of nationals of the other Contracting Party and shall not impair, by unreasonable or discriminatory measures, the operation, management, maintenance, use, enjoyment or disposal thereof by those nationals. Each Contracting Party shall accord to such investments adequate physical security and protection.
Most-favoured-nation Provisions. 1. Investments made by investors of either Contracting Party in the territory of the other Contracting Party and/or returns accrued, shall receive treatment which is fair and equitable, and not less favourable than that accorded to any third State.
Most-favoured-nation Provisions. 1. Neither Contracting Party shall in its territory subject investments effected by, and income accruing to investors of the other Contracting Party to treatmant less favourable than that which it accords to investments effected by, and income accruing to investors of any third State.
Most-favoured-nation Provisions. (1) Each Contracting Party shall in its territory accord investments and returns of investors of the other Contracting Party treatment not les favourable than that which it accords to investments and returns of investors of any third State.
Most-favoured-nation Provisions. A Contracting Party shall at all times treat investments in its own territory, including compensation under Article 7 and transfers under Article 9, on a basis no less favourable than that accorded to investments of nationals of any third country, provided that a Contracting Party shall not be obliged to extend to investments any treatment, preference or privilege resulting from:
Most-favoured-nation Provisions. Subject to Articles 5, 6 and 11, neither Contracting Party shall in its territory subject investments admitted in accordance with the provisions of Article 2 or returns of nationals and companies of the other Contracting Party to treatment less favourable than that which it accords to investments or returns of nationals and companies of any third State.
Most-favoured-nation Provisions. 1. Neither Contracting Party shall in its territory subject investments or returns of nationals or companies of the other Contracting Party to treatment less favourable than that which it accords to investments or returns of nationals or companies of any third state.
Most-favoured-nation Provisions. 1. Neither Contracting Party shall in its territory subject investors of the other Contracting Party, as regard their management, use, enjoyment or disposal of investments or returns, to treatment less favourable than that which it accords to investors of any third state.
Most-favoured-nation Provisions. 1. Each Contracting State shall in its territory accord to investments and returns of investors of the other Contracting State treatment not less favourable than that which it accords to investments and returns of its own investors or to investments and returns of investors of any third State, whichever is the most favourable.
Most-favoured-nation Provisions. (1) Each Contracting Party shall accord to investments of investors of the other Contracting Party full security and protection which in any case shall not be less than that accorded to investments of investors of any third State. Each Contracting Party shall observe any obligation it may have entered into with regard to investments.