On the Performance of the Principle of Equitable and Reasonable Utilization in the Practice of the Utilization of Transboundary Water Resources

Abstract

The principle of equitable and reasonable utilization is the fundamental one of International Water Law, which is generally established by international water treaties and soft law documents. It is better performed in the practice of the utilization of transboundary water resources. China can use it to participate in the development and utilization of Mekong river basin equitably.

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Y. HE, "On the Performance of the Principle of Equitable and Reasonable Utilization in the Practice of the Utilization of Transboundary Water Resources," iBusiness, Vol. 1 No. 1, 2009, pp. 40-45. doi: 10.4236/ib.2009.11007.

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