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Canada agrees to the EU proposal on an international investment court

On 29 February 2016, a revised text of the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (“CETA”) was released. Importantly, Canada and the EU have agreed to a number of substantive changes to the CETA’s Investment Chapter, including: Stronger right to regulate: the EU and Canada fully preserve their right to regulate to achieve legitimate policy objectives, including protection of public health, safety, environment or public morals; Narrowly prescribed standards of investment protection: a closed list of measures that could give rise to a violation of the fair and equitable treatment

India’s New BIT and Arbitration Law Send Mixed Signals to Foreign Investors

On December 28, 2015, the Government of India released the text for its revised model Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT). In this release, the Government of India also announced that the Department of Economic Affairs will be leading all negotiations on BITs and investment chapters of trade agreements to ensure continuity between trade and investment issues.