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Bay of Bengal Maritime Boundary Arbitration between Bangladesh and India, Bangladesh v India, Final Award, ICGJ 479 (PCA 2014), 7th July 2014, Permanent Court of Arbitration [PCA]

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Whether the equidistance principle was the appropriate determiner in establishing the maritime boundary between the parties up to 200nm, and on the continental shelf beyond 200nm.

Whether the concavity of the coastline required an adjustment of the equidistance line in order to avoid creating a cut-off, and what principles should govern any such adjustment.

Whether the application of the disproportionality test requires a readjustment of the maritime boundary.

What status should be accorded to areas outside of the EEZ of one party and within the EEZ of the other party, which have been allocated to the former as a result of the tribunal’s determination of the boundary.

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