The United Kingdom’s exit from theformally took place on January 31, 2020, following years of talks and repeated extensions in the Brexit deadline. With the United Kingdom now in an 11-month transition period, questions remain over the shape of the country’s future trade and investment relationship with the EU and other partners, though some further indications of what this may entail are beginning to emerge.
A set of documents purporting to capture the discussions of the United States–United Kingdom Trade and Investment Working Group from 2018 has recently been released into the public domain.
ICSID tribunal constituted by virtue of an MFN clause holds Turkmenistan liable for FET breach for requiring investors to produce “smeta,” a cost estimate required by Turkmen law
GARANTI KOZA LLP V. TURKMENISTAN,CASE NO. ARB/11/20
ANGLO AMERICAN PLC V. BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA,CASE NO. ARB(AF)/14/1
Tribunal finds expropriation of investment by Bolivia due to non-payment of compensation but awards only sunk costs to British investor
SOUTH AMERICAN SILVER LIMITED (BERMUDA) V. THE PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA,CASE NO. 2013-15
Kenya prevails in BIT arbitration: British investors’ claims dismissed due to the absence of environmental impact assessment
Cortec Mining Kenya Limited, Cortec (Pty) Limited and Stirling Capital Limited v. Republic of Kenya,Case No. ARB/15/29
ICSID tribunal accepts jurisdiction over investor’s claim under United Kingdom–Czechia BIT but rules in favour of Czechia
A11Y LTD V. CZECH REPUBLIC,CASE NO. UNCT/15/1
WNC v. Czechia: tribunal dismisses expropriation claim and determines that it has no jurisdiction over all other claims
WNC Factoring Limited v. The Czech Republic,Case No. 2014-34
Brexit and contentious topics complicate TTIP negotiations; public opposition continues
negotiation agenda to continue despite Brexit; MERCOSUR and Indonesia at sight
United Kingdom makes trade and investment negotiation moves for post-Brexit era
to be concluded as a mixed agreement; commission hopes for signing in october
partners conclude 13th negotiating round in auckland; three further rounds in 2016
India takes steps to reform its investment policy framework after approving new model
On July 8, 2016, Sajid Javid, former Business Secretary for the United Kingdom, launched preliminary talks with India on a future trade relationship between the two countries as soon as Britain formally leaves the European Union.