India
Beyond Brics | 21-ene-2015
Instead of relying only on a treaty-based approach, India should initiate domestic policy reforms to attract and protect foreign investments, argues Kavaljit Singh
Financial Express | 25-dic-2014
The definition of investment that the govt of India had agreed to while entering into BIPPAs is particularly problematic, writes Biswajit Dhar
Economic Times | 17-dic-2014
Bilateral investment treaties that the government of India will enter into from now on will have a provision preventing foreign investors to drag India to arbitration on any issues that have been settled by a judicial authority.
PTI | 15-may-2014
With tax authorities pressing with over Rs 21,000 crore in unpaid dues, Finnish telecom major Nokia has invoked the Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPA) India has with Finland to resolve the dispute.
Indian Express | 13-may-2014
Entangled in a protracted tax mess in the country, Nokia has said that it would like to address the issue under the bilateral investment treaty between Finland and India, sources told The Indian Express.
Live Mint | 8-may-2014
Vodafone Group Plc has abandoned the conciliation process and started international investment arbitration against the Indian government over its long-running tax dispute.
Indian Express | 22-ene-2014
India’s bilateral investment treaty arbitration must be made more transparent.
The Hindu Business Line | 2-ene-2014
In the last couple of years, South Africa has become the unlikely champion of the anti-BIT movement.
Economic Times | 18-dic-2013
India has introduced provisions in the just-concluded bilateral investment protection and promotion agreement (BIPPA) with the United Arab Emirates to ensure that only executive decisions can be challenged and that too within a stipulated period.
First Post | 18-abr-2013
India’s Finance Minister P Chidambaram has made it clear that any bilateral investment protection agreement has to be subject to jurisdiction of domestic legal institutions and India will not allow it to be subjected to foreign courts or tribunals.

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