National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment Sample Clauses

National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. (1) Each Contracting Party shall accord to investments of investors of the other Contracting Party, treatment which shall not be less favourable than that accorded either to investments of its own or investments of investors of any third State.
National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. 1. Each Contracting Party shall in its territory accord to investments and returns of investors of the other Contracting Party treatment which in any case shall not be 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 more favourable to the investors of the other Contracting Party.
National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. 1. Each Contracting Party shall grant in its territory investments made by investors of the other Contracting Party treatment no less favorable than that accorded to investments made by its own investors or by investors of any other State, whichever is most favorable to The interested investor.
National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. 1. Each Party shall accord, in its territory, to investments made by investors of the other Party treatment no less favourable than that which it accords to the investments made by its own investors or by investors of any third State whichever is more favourable to the investor concerned.
National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. 1. Once a Contracting Party has admitted an investment in its territory in accordance with its laws and regulations, it shall accord to such investment made by testers of the other Contracting Party treatment not less favourable than that accorded to investments of its own investors or of investors of any third State, whichever is more favourable to the investor concerned.
National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. 1. Each Contracting Party shall accord to investors of the other Contracting Party and to their investments treatment no less favourable than that it accords to its own investors and their investments or to investors of any third State and their investments with respect to the management, operation, maintenance, use, enjoyment, sale and liquidation of an investment, whichever is more favourable to the investor.
National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. (1) Each Contracting Party shall accord to investments of investors of the other Contracting Party national treatment or most-favoured-nation treatment, whichever is more favourable to the investor concerned.
National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. Each Contracting Party shall accord to investment of investors on the territory of the other Contracting Party investments, after the entry into force of this Agreement, treatment no less favourable than the treatment granted to the investments and returns of its citizens or the citizens of any other country. But this treatment does not include privileges that one of the parties gives to the investors of a third country in accordance with their contribution to the state or the participation in a free zone or a customs union, common market or regional economic organization, agreement to avoid double taxation, or border trade agreements.
National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. 1. Without prejudice to its laws and regulations, each Contracting Party shall accord to investments, returns and activities associated with such investments by investors of the other Contracting Party treatment not less favourable than that accorded to the investments, returns and associated activities of its own investors.
National Treatment and Most-favoured-nation Treatment. Each Contracting Party shall in its territory and maritime area accord to investors of another Contracting Party, in respect of their investments and activities related to investments, a treatment no less favourable than that which is accorded to its own investors, or the treatment accorded to investors of the Most Favoured Nation, if the second one is more favourable. In this regard, the citizens who have permission to work in the territory or maritime area of one Contracting Party shall enjoy the material facilities relating to the performance of their professional activities. However, this treatment shall not include privileges or advantages granted by one Contracting Party to the investors of a third party state on the basis of its membership or accession to any existing or future free trade area, customs union, common market or any other form of regional economic organization or similar international agreement to which the Contracting party is or may become a party. The provisions of this Article shall not apply to matters of taxation.