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One of the defining features of the new generation of European investment treaties is the inclusion of market access provisions. It remains to be seen, however, whether and to what extent this might become a standard practice of the eu. This article attempts to answer this question first by...
In a number of documents released (and leaked) over the past two years, the European Commission has made clear that future treaty arrangements on investment between the European Union (eu) and third states will include robust provisions on transparency in investor-state dispute settlement. The...
The analysis takes a closer look at the options available to include non-economic issues in the provisions of something like an emerging eu model bit. The first part addresses some underlying reasons for the more recently visible policy shift in international investment law. The subsequent parts...
The transfer of an exclusive competence for “foreign direct investment” to the European Union (eu) in the Lisbon Treaty (2009) has raised numerous legal questions and has tasked the eu institutions with developing a policy field almost entirely new to them. One of the matters that requires...
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