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A Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership

Key points The ministers responsible for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) of 11 countries have announced that the core elements of a Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership are agreed (CPTPP). While much of the original TPP looks to remain … Continue reading

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Australia and investor-state-dispute resolution mechanisms in the Trans-Pacific Partnership

In 2011, Australia’s Gillard government announced a new policy not to include investor-state-dispute resolution mechanisms in future investment treaties into which Australia enters. The first of such treaties without a direct route for investors to sue the host state, the … Continue reading

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Filed under Australia, Investment Arbitration, Trade/WTO, Treaty negotiation, interpretation and impact