investment | BITs
CCSI | 17-Mar-2022
Existing investment treaties do not and cannot advance climate goals.
The Herald | 7-Mar-2022
The agreement between Zimbabwe and the United Arab Emirates on promotion and protection of investments has come into force.
Global Justice Now | 2-Mar-2022
It is perfectly possible to withdraw from trade deals containing corporate courts, as former South African trade minister Rob Davies explains.
Convoca | 22-Feb-2022
Por segundo año consecutivo, en plena pandemia del Covid-19, el Perú es el país más demandado en los tribunales internacionales por controversias con inversionistas, al amparo de acuerdos y tratados bilaterales firmados entre los gobiernos, así como de contratos comerciales.
Emirates News Agency | 9-Feb-2022
The agreement protects both nations’ investments from all non-commercial risks, covers transfer of profits and revenues, and facilitates resolving disputes.
CCSI | 4-Feb-2022
Alors que des réformes sont en cours de discussion, les investisseurs continueront d’introduire, et les états de défendre, des plaintes dans un système RDIE désormais largement reconnu comme étant en proie à des inquiétudes, perçues et réelles, allant même jusqu’ à sa légitimité.
CCSI | 4-Feb-2022
While reforms are being discussed, investors will continue to bring, and states will continue to defend, claims in an ISDS system now widely recognized as suffering from perceived and actual concerns going to its very legitimacy.
The Wire | 18-Jan-2022
A recent report by the Standing Committee on External Affairs shows how there are two missing pieces to the puzzle.
IISD | 23-Dec-2021
Les discussions sur une décision sur les ADPIC en lien avec la Covid-19 et visant à accélérer la production et la distribution équitable de vaccins et de médicaments se poursuivent mais les accords d’investissement en sont absents.
IISD | 23-Dec-2021
Talks on a possible COVID-19-related TRIPS decision aimed at scaling up vaccine and therapeutics production and equitable distribution continue but investment agreements are absent from them.

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