1 Fair and equitable treatment (‘FET’) is a standard of international investment law which sets a quality requirement for the interference of host State regulatory and adjudicatory systems with foreign investments (see UNCTAD  213; Investments, International Protection). It has multiple terminological variants such as ‘just and equitable treatment’ or ‘equitable treatment’, which are of little assistance to determine its content (see Reinisch and Schreuer  251–54, 261–69, and 274–79). According to the UNCTAD Investment Dispute Settlement Navigator, a...
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