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Benjamin Netanyahu, Narendra Modi meet to focus on India, Israel business ties
Forging links between the entrepreneurs of India and Israel in areas of technology and innovation is high on the agenda of both the governments as they look for ways to propel ties to the next level.
Total evicts people from their land in Uganda
The French oil company Total evicts people from their land in Uganda to make room for an oil processing facility.
India-Peru FTA talks to take stage in March
With bilateral trade between India and Peru touching an all-time high of $1.57 billion, the second round of talks for the trade agreement between the two countries is scheduled to take place in March.
Awasi Negosiasi Putaran Ke-Empat Indonesia-EU CEPA!
IEU-CEPA bertujuan mempercepat liberalisasi dan akses pasar untuk perdagangan barang, jasa dan investasi antar kedua pihak dengan mengadopsi standar internasional yang relevan terhadap perdagangan barang, jasa dan investasi; serta mengeliminir dan atau menghapus kendala atau hambatan yang merugikan kedua pihak.
The crisis of legitimacy in international investment agreements and investor-state dispute settlement
As the turbulence in the global economy and backlash against neoliberalism continues, opposition to the international investment regime and ISDS from the left seems destined to grow.
AG Wathelet in C-284/16 Achmea: Saving ISDS?
The Opinion misses the much needed opportunity for a thorough and balanced reflection on the many challenges that ISDS, and investment disputes in general, pose to the EU legal and judicial system.
UNCTAD’s 2017 high-level IIA conference: moving forward on addressing older-generation international investment agreements
More than 300 experts, including high-level negotiators of international investment agreements and representatives from intergovernmental organizations, civil society, academia and the private sector convened in Geneva.
Government regulatory space in the shadow of BITs: The case of Tanzania’s natural resource regulatory reform
Tanzania passed three new laws that significantly change the regulatory landscape governing natural resources and the mining sector in particular.
EU-China investment agreement: report of the 16th round of negotiations
The 16th round of the EU-China investment agreement negotiations took place in Brussels from the 12th to the 15th of December 2017.
Two new CEPA agreements inked
The “Investment Agreement” and the “Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation” under the framework of the China and Macau Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement have been signed.
ISDS in numbers
Impacts of investment arbitration against Latin America and the Carribbean.
Investment laws of ASEAN countries: A comparative review
No ASEAN country grants general consent to investor–state arbitration in its investment law.
Trade agreements that impact seed laws in Africa
Free trade agreements represent a powerful source of pressure to privatise seeds and people’s knowledge connected to seeds.
India, Canada look for breakthrough on free trade agreement
Trade ministers of India and China met in New Delhi are looking for another round of talks at the expert level before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s India visit
EU-Africa strategy: An incentive for development?
The focus of the new development strategy is on private investment. For this, African countries should create more attractive framework conditions to attract European donors and provide guarantees and risk protection to private companies.
‘India-Canada foreign investment protection pact is ready to be signed’
Canadian International Trade Minister bullish on growing trade ties with New Delhi.
Cabinet approves Joint Interpretative Declaration between India and Colombia
The Union Cabinet has given its approval for signing the Joint Interpretative Declaration between India and Colombia regarding the existing Agreement for the Promotion and Protection of Investments.
India, Canada may ‘trade off’ wish lists
Upcoming trade talks will see both sides discussing issues such as high pulses tariff, travel curbs.
Investment negotiations to continue unhindered
Negotiations concerning a bilateral investment treaty between China and the United States will not be delayed or obstructed by trade disputes because both countries are under pressure to stimulate their economies, officials and experts said.
India, EU to hold free trade talks next week
India, EU chief trade negotiators will meet next week in New Delhi to hammer out a way forward for the long-pending free trade agreement negotiations between the two sides.