Second Protocol To Amend The Asean Comprehensive Investment Agreement

100 Articles 1 and 2 of the Charter of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN Charter), signed by heads of state and government on November 20, 2007, online: . 113 ASEAN, Haze Regional Action Plan (23 December 1997), online: focused on technical assistance and capacity building in the areas of prevention, surveillance and mitigation. Regarding THE different reactions of ASEAN to the 2002 tide, see z.B. Qadri, abbreviated 105-58-61; Tay (1999), supra note 105 at 258-260. 52 CFIA, Section 4, Point (c), which defines a listed but not exhaustive definition of “investments,” including corporate shares and intellectual property rights. This comprehensive definition has close similarities to the NAFTA Chapter 11 definitions of art. 1139 and the U.S. Model ILO, respectively, art. 1 and 1. On the other hand, Article 2 aIA had expressly excluded portfolio investments. To examine the different definitions of “investments” used in investment contracts (for example.

B broad versus restricted, exhaustive versus non-exhaustive, asset-based versus business), see Engela C. Schlemmer, “Investment, Investor, Nationality and Shareholders” at Muchlinski, Ortino-Schreuer, supra note 12 to 55-58; OECD, Understanding Concepts, supra note 21 at 49-53; UNCTAD, II A Vol. 1, supra note 47 at 119-126; Dolzer – Stevens, supra rating 38 to 25-31. The next meeting of economy ministers is scheduled for April 23-24. The updated ASEAN Comprehensive Investment Agreement (CFIA) includes a ban on performance requirements and would transform its current list of reserves (which is in a single appendix) into a “two-side” approach into a negative list. It would split its existing list so that the non-compliant measures in force would remain in the first schedule, while the second would list related sectors or sub-sectors that would not be liberalized. 102 See the ASEAN-Concord II Declaration, adopted by the Heads of State and Government on 7 October 2003, online: paragraph 1, paragraph 10; and the cebu declaration on accelerating the creation of an ASEAN community by 2015, signed by the Heads of State and Government in Cebu, Philippines, on 30 January 2007, online: >Google Scholar. 31 1987 Agreement for the Promotion and Protection of Investments, signed by the Ministers of the Economy on 15 December 1987, online: (“IGA”) >Google Scholar. 134 2009 Joint declaration on achieving the Millennium Development Goals, online: in paragraph 2. 17 UNCTAD, Investment provisions in economic integration agreements, UNCTAD/ITE/IIT/2005/10 (Geneva: UNCTAD, 2006) to 31Google Scholar (EIA Investment Provisions), which state that as of June 2005, there were 218 “economic integration investment agreements”, of which more than 99% of all countries were members of an EIS. 56 See Sornarajah, above in Note 5 196, 232, which refers to the alternative wording (found in some contracts) that a protected investment must be made “from time to time in the host state” in accordance with laws, policies and regulations.

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