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Ecuador's re-accession to the ICSID Convention highlights domestic constitutional controversy

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On 21 June 2021, Ecuador’s government signed an agreement to re-join the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) – ten years after leaving it – reportedly as part of an strategy to attract more investment to revive its economy following a recession brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.

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