From a drafting proposal by Thomas Wälde for UNCTAD's 2003 World Investment Report
Article from: OGEL 3 (2003), in International Oil, Gas & Energy Dispute Management
The original text was:
Secrecy in the dispute settlement process The investor-state dispute settlement processes generally take place in secret. There are several arbitration fora or rules used in the investor-state process, including ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC, Stockholm Arbitration Centre and others. Only ICSID lists arbitrations that have been filed with it, with a short reference to the parties and the sector involved. None of the other arbitration rules or bodies have any notification requirements. Moreover, all of the rules used require the arbitration to take place in secret, with no ...