India
ET Telecom | 17-May-2017
Vodafone Group Plc has served its second notice on the Indian government to formally commence the​second ​arbitration in the high profile Rs 22,000 crore tax matter.
Lexology | 15-May-2017
While India and Indonesia may have withdrawn from existing BITs, this does not necessarily leave foreign investors without any protection.
Financial Times | 9-May-2017
The growing number of investor claims against sovereign host states has fuelled a backlash against bilateral investment treaties and free-trade agreements across the world.
Down to Earth | 9-May-2017
RCEP is being negotiated in secrecy, but it is likely to favour big companies and threaten India’s agriculture, industry and e-commerce sectors
Forum on FTAs | 8-May-2017
RCEP magnifies existing inequalities and discriminates against women, indigenous peoples, people living with HIV or other illnesses, people with disabilities,rural communities, farmers and workers
Forum against FTAs | 27-Apr-2017
Trade unions, farmers groups, health activists, and other people’s movements are planning to organise a series of events to put pressure on the Government of India to withdraw from RCEP negotiations.
The Hindu | 27-Apr-2017
Enormous political pressure to get the bilateral, economic treaties off the ground, say officials.
Live Mint | 27-Apr-2017
An international arbitration panel has rejected India’s demand for a stay on an arbitration initiated by Cairn Energy against Rs10,247 crore retrospective tax notice.
Economic Times | 19-Apr-2017
Free trade agreements tend to treat intellectual property as an investment made by investor corporations, allowing private investment disputes to be raised against the host country.
Bloomberg BNA | 13-Apr-2017
The Indian government nudges Cairn to accept the terms of its tax dispute settlement scheme instead of pursuing the international arbitration route.

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