Le 16 mai 2018, le ministre néerlandais des Affaires étrangères a publié son nouveau projet de modèle de Traité bilatéral d’investissement (TBI). Ce projet de modèle, ouvert aux commentaires publics jusqu’au 18 juin 2018, devrait remplacer le modèle 2004 de TBI et être utilisé pour la renégociation des 79 TBI néerlandais existants signés avec des pays qui ne sont pas membres de l’Union européenne, ainsi que pour la négociation de futurs accords.
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India takes steps to reform its investment policy framework after approving new model bit
India has started to send official notices to terminate bilateral investment treaties (BITs) to 57 partner countries with which it has BITs that have already expired or will expire in the near future. Moreover, to the 25 countries with which India has BITs with initial durations expiring from July 2017 onward, India has started to propose signing joint […]
The Brazilian Agreement on Cooperation and Facilitation of Investments (ACFI): A New Formula for International Investment Agreements?
Since the signing of the first Agreement on Cooperation and Facilitation of Investments (ACFI) by Brazil, in March 2015, English translations of the document and analyses of its innovative aspects have been published. The hidden question is: to what extent do Brazil’s ACFIs innovate in the regulation of foreign investments? Alternatives to the current liberal […]