Dispute Resolution Hotline: Why India’s model bilateral investment treaty needs a thorough relook

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January 10, 2019

WHY INDIA’S MODEL BILATERAL INVESTMENT TREATY NEEDS A THOROUGH RELOOK 


This article was originally published in the 31st December 2018 edition of


SUMMARY:

It has been three years since the release of the new India Model Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT). The present piece critically opines on the efficacy of the India Model BIT, why it has not been accepted by many countries so far, why it may not work in its current form and what India must change to offer a stable investment climate for foreign investors.

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