Unctad Investment Agreement Navigator
Follow the latest investment policy developments around the world. If you need help with international investment research, visit the Help for Research page on the Georgetown University Law Library website. Or contact the Law Library`s international and foreign law department by phone (202-662-4195) or email (email@example.com). Students at the Georgetown Law Centre can arrange a one-on-one research consultation with a librarian. Keywords – The mapping structure that is displayed in the “Select Awarded Contract Elements” tab is a “table of materials” that contains all the elements of the contract. It corresponds to the typical structure of an AI. – The elements of the illustrated contract are elements of an investment contract mapped as part of the IIA mapping project. The number of contract elements represented exceeds 100. Each associated item has a set of pre-defined assignment options from which you can choose. – Mapping options indicate the approach of the contract for the corresponding element of the contract. Mapping options may be “yes/no” or specify the approach to the contract (for example.
B the type of fair and equitable treatment clause (FET) – qualified/unqualified/unqualified/none, etc.). Each element of the contract includes the “Inconclusive” and “Not applicable” options. The three priorities of activities: research and policy analysis: tracking trends, identifying key emerging themes and providing cutting-edge knowledge on sustainable development; Technical assistance: organising training, seminars and workshops; conducting IIA and ILO models; Ad hoc advice to strengthen the capacity of beneficiaries to cope with the complexity of I2; Intergovernmental consensus: exchange and exchange of good practices and experiences to promote comprehensive investment policy. For more information, please contact us via the online contact form. UNCTAD has also been at the forefront of efforts to reform the international investment regime and has provided valuable support to this process. An important reference point for policy makers in formulating investment policies and negotiating investment agreements.