If the provisions in the legislation of a Contracting Party, or if the existing or future obligations under international law between the two Contracting Parties, or if an agreement between an investor of a Contracting Party and the other Contracting Party include provisions granting investments of investors of the first Contracting Party a more favorable treatment, these provisions shall prevail (if they are more favorable). (Article 9).
Investors of a Contracting Party who suffer losses because their investments in the territory of the other Contracting Party are affected by war or other armed conflict, national emergency, civil disturbances and other similar events shall be accorded by such latter Contracting Party, in respect to restitution, indemnification, compensation or other settlement, treatment no less favorable than that it accords to its own investors or investors of any third State. (Article 7 (4)).
With respect to its legislation relating to the entry and sojourn of aliens, each Contracting Party shall permit to enter and remain in its territory investors of the other Contracting Party and other persons hired by these investors for the purpose of establishing, developing, administering or advising on the operation of an investment, to which they have committed or are in the process of committing capital or other resources. (Article 5(1)).
Each Contracting Party shall permit, according to its laws and regulations, that investors of the other Contracting Party engage the administrative personnel of their choice, regardless of nationality. (Article 5 (2)).