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A BIT about Walmart

Wednesday 28 November '12

Any bilateral investment treaty with the US must safeguard India’s FDI policy
Renegotiating a BIT

Tuesday 17 July '12

India must aim to balance its right to regulate with investment protection
Measured steps

Monday 16 April '12

The state seems oblivious to India’s international obligations under BITs
Abroad spectrum

Wednesday 8 February '12

Foreign companies affected by 2G verdict can invoke investment treaties
More BITS than India can chew?

Friday 29 October '10

Last month, the RBI Governor D Subbarao told a meeting of central bankers and economists in Argentina that India must..


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