NAFTA

North America Free Trade Agreement

NY Times | 18-Oct-2017
This far-flung peninsula in the North Atlantic seems an unlikely place for an international trade dispute. But an American company’s scuttled plans to build a quarry here have turned these quiet fishing grounds into a case study.
24 Horas | 17-Oct-2017
Termina 5o. día de la 4a. ronda de conversaciones con más exigencias; Grupos opositores presionan a los negociadores con manifestaciones y panfletos
Bloomberg | 16-Oct-2017
US Nafta negotiators are proposing to essentially do away with the independent tribunals that oversee the trading and investment relationship.
Radio Canada | 16-Oct-2017
Les États-Unis ont réclamé un affaiblissement important des mécanismes de règlement des différends prévus à l’Accord de libre-échange de l’Amérique du Nord (ALENA).
IELP Blog | 11-Oct-2017
US ISDS proposal in NAFTA would cut fair and equitable treatment and indirect expropriation.
International Economic Law and Policy Blog | 29-Sep-2017
Today, a considerable number of claims arise from the commitment to accord fair and equitable treatment (FET) to covered investments.
El Economista | 28-Sep-2017
Pretende quitar el carácter de obligatoriedad a los paneles para dirimir conflictos entre inversionistas y estados del bloque comercial.
Argus | 28-Sep-2017
Mexico is considering writing into law investor-state dispute settlement provisions contained in the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) to reassure US and Canadian investors in its energy sector.
The Globe and Mail | 14-Sep-2017
The goal of Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is to revamp Chapter 11 so it more closely mirrors the investor-state dispute-resolution mechanism that forms part of the 2016 Canada-European Union trade deal.
The Hill | 13-Sep-2017
By pushing for a little-known but damaging legal concept buried in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the chamber has chosen to represent the interests of a handful of corporations instead of the interests of responsible business owners.

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