investment | BITs
CIAR Global | 24-Apr-2017
El despacho White & Case LLP ha publicado un informe que revela que las instituciones arbitrales, respondiendo a la demanda de las compañías usuarias de arbitraje internacional, facilitan en su administración de arbitrajes el recurso a procedimientos abreviados y tribunales de un solo árbitro.
IPS | 20-Apr-2017
ISDS provisions of investment treaties, free trade and other agreements have increasingly provided an investment opportunity to make money by speculating on lawsuits.
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.
The Hindu | 10-Apr-2017
Most have expired; partners unwilling to renew them under Finance Ministry’s model draft
Lexology | 24-Mar-2017
The law approving the termination of agreements on mutual promotion and protection of investments concluded by Romania with other Member States (Intra-EU BITs) was published in the Official Gazette.
International Law and Litigation | 24-Mar-2017
Investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) has become the most controversial form of international litigation.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 15-Mar-2017
The Romanian Parliament sent to the Romanian President for promulgation the Law allowing for the termination of the Bilateral Investment Treaties between Romania and other Member States of the European Union.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 7-Mar-2017
After 15 years of absence in this type of negotiations and several claims the country faced since the economic and financial crisis of 2001, Argentina sat again in the BIT negotiation table.
DNA | 6-Mar-2017
Sitharaman clarified that the negotiation should not get lost in peripheral issues and should focus on bringing in promotion and protection elements.
Financial Express | 2-Mar-2017
Fresh investments by European companies in India and vice versa after April 1 won’t enjoy legal protection under any bilateral arrangement, as India has decided not to accede to requests by the European Union.

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