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Canada’s non-reciprocal BIT with China: Would the US or Europe do the same?

Van Harten, Gus

The Canada-China BIT requires Canada to open its economy to Chinese investors, while allowing China to retain a closed economy and to keep discriminating against Canadian investors. The treaty also facilitates confidential settlements and sacrifices a longstanding safeguard for Canada’s aboriginal peoples

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Academic Units
Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment
Publisher
Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment
Series
Columbia FDI Perspectives, 136
Published Here
April 13, 2015
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