NAFTA

North America Free Trade Agreement

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.
Forbes India | 12-Sep-2017
The first ever final award on patents in international investment arbitration by ICSID in the case of Eli Lilly v. Canada has effectively cleared the way for raising future disputes by foreign IPR owners against domestic institutions which can result in stronger and robust IP protection regime.
Washington Examiner | 30-Aug-2017
Canada will oppose any effort to change the investor-state dispute resolution system in the North American Free Trade Agreement, sources tell the Washington Examiner
Washington Examiner | 25-Aug-2017
More than 100 associations representing US businesses are teaming up to encourage the Trump administration to maintain ISDS protections as it renegotiates NAFTA, writes the head of the US oil and natural gas industry trade group
FT | 25-Aug-2017
Three top US business groups have fired a warning shot at the Trump administration, threatening to drop their support for its renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement if a controversial investment protection provision is abandoned.

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