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On June 27, PMA first notified the Government that it would take legal action under Australia's Bilateral Investment Treaty with Hong Kong if Australia proceeded to pass plain packaging legislation.
See Practising Law Institute, United States Model Bilateral Investment Treaty, in INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LITIGATION AND ARBITRATION 2006 (PLI Litig.
India Bilateral Investment Treaty is truly the 'next hill to climb' in the strategic partnership," says USIBC President Ron Somers.
The EU hopes to speed up negotiations with China on establishing a joint investment fund and boost progress of bilateral investment treaty negotiations.
The Japanese Foreign Ministry said on Friday that Japan and Iran will begin three-day negotiations from Monday in Tehran to conclude a bilateral investment treaty, a move aimed at tapping into the commercial potential of the Iranian market for Japanese firms, the Japan Times reported on Saturday.
The report, Protecting Data Flows in the US-China Bilateral Investment Treaty, urges China to reconsider the need for such requirements and offers an alternative to data localization based on the principle of "accountability" that should be incorporated into the bilateral investment treaty being negotiated between the US and China.
The resumption of the bilateral investment treaty was the other key announcement of the day.
Global law firm White & Case LLP has achieved a complete victory for Hungary following an arbitration tribunal's rejection of all claims brought by Vigotop Limited under the Cyprus-Hungary Bilateral Investment Treaty before the World Bank's International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
Chidambaram and Commerce Minister Anand Sharma were in Washington earlier this month to pitch for greater investment and discuss India's readiness to open talks on a bilateral investment treaty.
Bolivia bilateral investment treaty that entered into force in 2001 was terminated by the Bolivian Government as of June 2012, although it will continue to apply for another 10 years to covered investments existing at the time of termination.
According to the statement, the two governments plan to resume technical-level negotiations on a bilateral investment treaty (BIT) in August in Washington to enhance transparency and predictability for investors, and support economic growth and job creation in both countries.
Following expropriatory conduct by the Uzbek entities, Oxus formally asked the Government of Uzbekistan in March 2011 to participate in obligatory good faith settlement discussions under an applicable bilateral investment treaty.

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