ARTICLE 6: COMPETITION
This chapter comments the provision dedicated to competition in the Energy Charter Treaty. It analyses the content and the strength of the obligation arising from this article. The latter does not provide a common competition regime per se for the signatory parties. It also discusses the limited dispute settlement means available to the parties. Most of paragraphs encapsulated by the provision emphasize cooperation between the parties – especially between parties with experience in competition and those with little or none.
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