Provisional measures are common in international arbitration. They may be granted by arbitral tribunals as a matter of urgency in order to maintain a certain status quo and to protect the rights and interests of the parties to the arbitral proceedings pending resolution of their dispute. They can include a variety of measures which range from a stay of parallel national judicial or arbitral proceedings to the freezing of assets, the posting of securities or financial guarantees, etc.1 Investment arbitration is no stranger to this phenomenon and International...
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