I need you to write a research article.
When a host state afraid to make legislation for interest of public, in order to not being sued in future by foreign investors.
One of the example is Panama case when the host state claimed that that investment area is an area where rare Monkey lives and the investment should not work freely in that area. Or state stop the investor to not curry on with its plan on the territory of the host state because in that specific area a historical things were found.
For instance, for Regulatory chill when Egypt increased its minimum wages of its workers and France sued Egypt said that increasing the minimum wages of Egyptian workers have effect its business in Egypt but arbitration tribunal rejected the case as increasing the minimum wages have got a public interest even if it effects foreign investors interest. Sometime a state afraid to make a new legislation because it might led to of being sued in future by international investors. A host sate want to make legislation for its public interest and don’t want to pay compensation as expropriation but at same time it is hesitate to do so because of the foreign investors.
The demand from the writer are the following:
To find the answer based of ECT ( Energy Charter Treaty) cases
Whether it has a regulatory chill under ECT?
Please have a look to all ECT cases in our case brief which are related to regulatory chill or any other synonym which has got the same meaning as to regulatory chill.
Please make the separate section for different titles.
Please collect enough information and resources to use them in the work.
Please do not make direct quotation but if you see it is necessary to use some certain information then please make paraphrasing.
I would like from the writer to write at least 30 pages on Regulatory chill.
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