Australia
The Age | 21-dic-2015
I only wish to caution that we should be wary of anyone who suggests that the decision demonstrates that ISDS isn’t problematic.
The Australian Financial Review | 18-dic-2015
Cigarette company Philip Morris has suffered another defeat in its long-running bid to overturn Australia’s plain packaging laws.
EurActiv | 8-dic-2015
The EU has agreed to launch negotiations with New Zealand and Australia. The two countries are ready to speed up talks, and reach a deal in a reasonable timeframe.
Lexology | 4-dic-2015
A guide to ISDS in the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A hollow promise or an answer to ISDS’ critics?
| 3-dic-2015
The forced re-regulation of Queensland’s $2 billion sugar industry could breach international trade agreements and threaten foreign investment, Queensland Deputy Premier Jackie Trad said.
Fool | 24-nov-2015
Philip Morris is dragging countries with tight tobacco regulations into costly legal battles.
The Guardian | 11-nov-2015
Leading arbitration lawyer says there are critical loopholes in the Trans-Pacific Partnership’s investment chapter that leave Australia wide open
The Conversation | 9-oct-2015
Up until now, Australia has never agreed to provide American investors with access to Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS), whereas Canada has. In total Canada has faced 35 challenges. Australia has been subjected to only one case.
Australasian Lawyer | 9-oct-2015
Law firms are among the many Australian businesses likely to benefit from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Global Trade Online | 7-oct-2015
Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) countries have agreed on language that will allow members to exclude tobacco control measures from the scope of investor-state dispute settlement.

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