The Right to Regulate Investments in Mega-Regional Trade Agreements: Exceptions in the CPTPP and the CETA
Mestral, C.M., Armand de
Article from: TDM 5 (2019), in Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)
This article examines the trend in investment law which
consists of delineating state regulatory space through the use of
express provisions and exceptions. It first sets out a brief
history of the evolution of right to regulate clauses and
exception provisions in international investment law. Secondly,
it identifies and discusses the critical differences between the
CPTPP and the CETA in relation to these provisions.
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A. de Mestral, C.M.; "The Right to Regulate Investments in Mega-Regional Trade Agreements: Exceptions in the CPTPP and the CETA"
TDM 5 (2019), www.transnational-dispute-management.com