3. At the request of one party, the other party discloses information on a measure that could affect an covered investment. When the investment is made by an investor through a sub-paragraph (d) of this article in which he participates, that investor benefits from the benefits of this agreement to the extent that that investor does not benefit if the investor invokes the dispute settlement mechanism as part of another foreign investment protection agreement entered into by a contracting party in the territory in which the investment is made. 2. Hearings under this section are public. The Court of Arbitration may hold in camera hearings to the extent necessary to ensure the confidentiality of the information. 1. A party may deny the benefits of this agreement to an investor of the other party, which is a business of that part, and to the investments of that investor, if investors of a non-party party or the disowned party own or control the business and: the investments or returns of investors of a contracting party are not nationalized, dispossessed or are not subject to nationalization or expropriation measures (hereafter referred to as “expropriation”) in the territory , or are not nationalized, expropriated or subject to nationalization or expropriation operations (hereafter referred to as “expropriation”) on the territory of the other contracting party, with the exception of a public purpose, in the context of ordinary, non-discriminatory legal proceedings and provided they are accompanied by prompt, appropriate and effective compensation. This compensation is based on the actual value of the investment at the time of expropriation, within two months of the date of expropriation, the interest rate agreed between the investor and the party concerned and, under no circumstances, less than the rate offered by the London Inter Bank (LIBOR) until the date of payment. , be effectively feasible and freely transferable. Under the law of the contractor`s expropriation, the investor concerned has the right to immediately verify the control of his cause by a judicial authority or other authority independent of that party and to assess his investment in accordance with the principles set out in this article.
Without prejudice to the rights and obligations of the parties under Section D (State Dispute Settlement Procedures), the parties create an investment dispute resolution mechanism in this section. 2. Arbitrators have expertise or experience in international international law, investment or international trade, or dispute resolution arising from international investments or international trade agreements. Arbitrators are independent of a party and are not associated with or given instructions. 2. The terms “fair and equitable treatment” and “comprehensive protection and security” in paragraph 1 do not require additional treatment or beyond, which is required by international minimum standards for the treatment of foreigners.