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U.S. International Investment Agreements (IIAs) – IF10052

U.S. International Investment Agreements (IIAs) – IF10052 published on

In recent decades, the United States, the largest source of and destination for foreign direct investment (FDI), has entered into binding investment agreements with foreign countries to facilitate investment flows, reduce restrictions on foreign investment and expand market access, and enhance investor protections, while balancing other policy interests. Some World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements address investment issues in a limited manner. In the absence of a comprehensive multilateral agreement, bilateral investment treaties (BITs) and investment chapters in free trade agreements (FTAs), known as international investment agreements (IIAs), have been the primary tools for promoting and protecting international investment.

Date of Report: January 22, 2015
Pages: 2
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