Comparative Analysis of Investment Provisions of the Regional Trade Agreements in the Eurasia Region: The Case of the Eurasian Economic Union and the EU Association Agreements with Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine
Article from: TDM 1 (2020), in Eurasia - CIS
[Addendum 20/02/2020] Since the second half of the twentieth century onwards, bilateral investment treaties (BITs) have been primary instruments for regulating investment. Yet, there is a rapidly rising trend of incorporation of investment measures within the regional trade agreements (RTAs). The scope of inclusion of investment provisions differ from one RTA to another. While some of them cover comprehensive and detailed investment chapters, others tend to incorporate a few provisions on issues such as cooperation and exchange of information. This chapter provides an overview ...