MONEY COLUMN: Avoiding triangulation and chimeras alike
Tuesday, 31 July 2012 (9 months ago) • Issue: Volume 7 - Issue 4
Mark Kantor, an independent arbitrator in Washington, DC, examines how a recently unearthed ICSID award against Kyrgyzstan rejected both triangulation and the "chimera" of certainty when it came to determining damages for a Turkish hotel investor.
A depiction of a chimera, from the Louvre's collection of Roman antiquities
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