Untapped Potential of MFN Clauses: an MFN clause to invoke another “more” MFN clause

By Danilo Ruggero Di Bella[1] On the premise that not all most-favoured-nation (MFN) clauses are created equal, this piece will explore whether it is possible to combine an MFN clause with a more favourable MFN clause contained in another treaty. The objective of doing so, would be to invoke another provision in that treaty (or … Continue reading Untapped Potential of MFN Clauses: an MFN clause to invoke another “more” MFN clause