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attractaub Nov 15
News in that the ratification proposal in has been dropped from the agenda of the "House Committee" of the Parliament. Based on the proposal of FIDESZ, the ruling party it's postponed to March or after the Dutch vote
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Jason Bull Nov 15
answer this...why did emera invest in algonquin at every stage in the muskrat falls regulatory process?
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PolicySpaceBlog- keeping it real Nov 15
Replying to @Omcgill1
Have you heard of Veolia v. Egypt? If a minimum wage applies to foreign firms' professionals in any way, (and it does now thanks to Matter of I-corp) would our government be sued for indirect expropriation under by foreign firms or countries if it raised the min wage?
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me Nov 15
Yes, it is the clause that is in all trade agreements made during the Harper era. and he is still trying to control now from afar
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Team India WSDC Nov 15
Take a look at the starts of all these emails addressed to us :) Now follow this thread.
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Martin D. Brauch Nov 14
cases have been launched or threatened against anti-nuclear or anti-coal policies in Germany, Sweden & the Netherlands. As modernization begins in December, countries must make it work for climate & sustainability—or leave it.
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ITICL Nov 14
Trakman: Though there are some disputes, there is a real economic foundation to conclude that does facilitate international investment.
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ITICL Nov 14
Trakman: experiences 'a climate of significant differences of view'.
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PolicySpaceBlog- keeping it real Nov 15
Replying to @AJentleson
Because trade deals are a real coup against democracy and our two parties are a fake sham. NO ! never
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Martin Abraham Nov 12
Revamped version of gives you everything about trade and investment deals like
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Team India WSDC Nov 15
Replying to @TeamIndiaWSDC
Now take a look at the talented faces that are most likely to be dealing with your queries. Spot the issue?
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Geert Van Calster Nov 13
Environmental issues with with focus on Nafta tribunals.
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𝕷𝖆𝖇𝖔𝖚𝖗𝖈𝖆𝖗𝖙𝖊𝖑 Nov 14
Replying to @labourcartel
OIA reforms prior to streamlined forestry investments, encouraging farm to forest conversion. Further reform could open up NZ to costly lawsuits from those investing in the forestry sector. This is what we meant when we said this was not just a ‘trade agreement’. /2
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Mark Dearn 18h
Labour "will exclude the medicines and public services from any trade deals – and make that binding in law".
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Yannis of London Nov 15
Have I mentioned that I am an expert in and government expropriation? I am REALLY looking forward to a government
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Matthew Morantz Nov 13
Magyar Farming a.o. v. Hungary award rendered today. On , tribunal finds that 's decision provides "no guidance" on "whether the EU Treaties preclude the application of [ clause] of the BIT as a matter of international law." (¶ 210)
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Ruth Bergan Nov 14
If we want to tackle , we need to talk about trade: good outline here of the ways in which can undermine climate action
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Harry G. Broadman Nov 12
of international investor-state disputes () has become not only more common and complex, but also more expensive and time-consuming for both sides. My latest thoughts for ISDS arbitration reform in .
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PolicySpaceBlog- keeping it real Nov 13
USMCA is poison for affordable drugs in its current form. We need to dump and the model in FTAs - shown in NAFTA to have been a unmitigated disaster for our nation's "policy space". We should dump .
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BIICL Nov 15
Join us for “Provisional Measures in Investor-State Arbitration” on 27th Nov |chair Hilary Heilbron | Spks inc David Goldberg and Ivan Philippov, Gavan Griffith QC, and .
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