The Regionalisation of Laws and Policy on Foreign Investment
- Elgar International Investment Law series
This chapter discusses whether investors may obtain benefits from one or all of the agreements in order to protect their investment in any of the countries subject to the discussion here. ACIA does not interfere with the existing rights and obligations of the AMS over any other international agreement to which the AMS is a party. This means that each individual AMS may have to observe the rights and obligations under the agreements at the point of ACIA comes into force and this covers ACFTA, AKIA and AANZFTA as all three agreements came into force before ACIA’s date of entry into force on 29 March 2012.
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