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A Snapshot Of The Investor-State Dispute Settlement Framework In Australia's Asian Free Trade Agreement Trifecta

On 17 November 2014, Australia and China concluded negotiations over the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the text of the agreement to be finalised in 2015. Our previous article flagged that the change of...more

Foreign Investor Protection v. National Sovereignty: The Pros and Cons of Investor-State Arbitration

United States companies investing abroad stand to gain additional legal protections in the near future from two international treaties currently under negotiation intended to safeguard investments of United States investors...more

The Promise (and Limitations) of the New Canada-China Investment Treaty

The Canada-China bilateral investment treaty (BIT), which comes into force October 1, signals a deepening of the bilateral economic relationship. While it somewhat less ambitious than recent BITs that Canada has concluded...more

Canada-China Investment Treaty To Come into Force October 1

Two years after signing a bilateral investment treaty (BIT) with China, Canada has now ratified it and announced that it will come into force on October 1. Canada has similar treaties, known domestically as foreign investment...more

China Update

In This Issue: - Quote of the Week - U.S.-China Relations - China News - Energy & Environment and Trade - Excerpt from U.S.-China Relations: President Obama meetings Chinese President Xi...more

A Giant Leap: EU-China Bilateral Investment Treaty Negotiations to Be Launched Formally

Negotiations for a bilateral investment treaty between the European Union and China are expected to be formally launched during the EU-China Summit next week. Though the launch would be just the first step in a long...more

U.S. & China Conclude Fifth Meeting Of Strategic & Economic Dialogue

The fifth round of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue ("S&ED") yielded some forward progress in addressing a number of investment and trade issues. U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew and Chinese Vice Premier Wang...more

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