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Canada and Taiwan have completed their 10 month long negotiations on a foreign investment agreement, although the text has not yet been released and some "legal scrubbing" still needs to take place.
Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko visited China last week and met with top Chinese officials. The two sides signed over three dozen agreements and contracts related to trade, industry and agriculture, and discussed other projects for further collaboration.
A recent article in the ICSID Review examines a German investment in China, and how a government expropriation was challenged in domestic courts and before an international tribunal.
In response to a question from a member of the European Parliament, the European Trade Commissioner appeared to minimize the need for a Taiwan-EU bilateral investment agreement.
The European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee has called for a bilateral investment agreement between the EU and Taiwan, although the prospects for concluding such an agreement any time soon may be limited. In a press release [https://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20210827IPR10703/eu-taiwan-relations-meps-push-for-stronger-partnership] issued yesterday, the Foreign
On December 30, 2020, just weeks before the Biden administration takes office, China and the European Union announced an agreement in principle on the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI). The deal still requires ratification by the European Parliament before it takes effect, and the final text of the CAI