- December 19, 2016
ChAFTA and the hostility towards ISDS: does this carry an FDI risk?
In December 2015, the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) entered into force. Although the agreement was hailed as ground-breaking for both nations, it was missing a generous investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) provision. Under ChAFTA, an investor may only bring an arbitration claim under Article 9.12 if there has been a breach of Article 9.3 (national … Continue reading ChAFTA and the hostility towards ISDS: does this carry an FDI risk? →