India
The Hindu Businessline | 25-ago-2016
Reform of the international investment agreement regime has swept many countries, including Australia, South Africa, Indonesia, India and the EU, writes the Secretary-General of CUTS. What are the reasons for the growing scepticism? What lies ahead?
IRA | 21-ago-2016
Outline of the differences between two countries’ model BITs as they seek to negotiate an agreement.
Financial Express | 16-ago-2016
It is likely that the Antrix case — which could see the Government of India paying $1 billion if it loses — would have had a different outcome had the new model BIT been at issue.
Economic Times | 11-ago-2016
India has turned its attention to comprehensive economic partnership agreements with Singapore, Japan and South Korea after having fixed the loopholes in the much-abused investment treaties with Mauritius and Cyprus.
PTI | 8-ago-2016
The government on Monday said it has framed the model Bilateral Investment Treaty to minimise Cairn Energy type of dispute which has resulted in demand for compensation of $5.6 billion from India.
The Citizen | 3-ago-2016
India is again in the limelight of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS). An international tribunal has penalised the country earlier this week with a monetary compensation estimated at one billion dollars.
The Hindu | 28-jul-2016
The arbitration setback for India does not come as a surprise, given the shenanigans. But reputational concerns arise.
The TImes of India | 27-jul-2016
India has lost its arbitration case in an international tribunal against the Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia Private Ltd. for cancelling the space/satellite contract with the government-owned Antrix Corporation.
Financial Express | 22-jul-2016
US ambassador to India Richard Verma recently said ‘things have become a bit more difficult’ after India revised the BIT text

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