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ITN  |  Monday June 12th, 2017

News in Brief

TPP-11 to move forward; United States to focus on bilateral negotiations and NAFTA

Ecuador denounces its remaining 16 BITs and publishes CAITISA audit report

ECJ rules that European Union–Singapore FTA requires ratification by EU member states

EU General Court annuls Commission decision that refused registration of “Stop TTIP”

India opposes “trade and investment facilitation” item in WTO General Council agenda

ITN  |  Monday September 28th, 2009

Advocate General renders opinion on Finland’s investment treaties with non-EU countries; Sweden begins compliance with earlier ECJ decision

  By Damon Vis-Dunbar 2 October 2009 Correction: The original version of this article indicated that the ECJ had rendered a decision in the case Finland. In fact, an Advocate General has issued an opinion, which is not binding on the Court. The article has been revised accordingly.   An Advocate General of the European […]

ITN  |  Wednesday March 4th, 2009

European Court of Justice rules that certain Swedish and Austrian BITs are incompatible with the EC Treaty

By Damon Vis-Dunbar 4 March 2009 The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that certain clauses in Sweden and Austria’s bilateral investment treaties are incompatible with the European Community (EC) Treaty. The European Commission brought Sweden and Austria to the ECJ in 2006, after these countries refused to eliminate ‘transfer clauses’ in BITs signed with […]

ITN  |  Thursday July 17th, 2008

News: ECJ advocate general argues some Austrian and Swedish BITs are incompatible with EU law

By Damon Vis-Dunbar 17 July 2008 The ECJ advocate general sides with the European Commission in arguing that Austria and Sweden should have amended some of the pre-accession BITs with non-EU countries. In an opinion issued on 10 July 2008, the European Court of Justice’s advocate general argues that provisions guaranteeing the free movement of […]