UNCTAD`s Work Programme on International Investment Treaties (IIAs) actively assists IIA policy makers, government officials and other IIA stakeholders in reforming IIAs to make them more conducive to sustainable development and inclusive growth. International investment agreements take place at the bilateral, regional, interregional and multilateral levels. It requires that policymakers, negotiators, civil society and other stakeholders be well informed about foreign direct investment, international investment treaties (IIAs) and their impact on sustainable development. Main objectives of UNCTAD`s work programme on IIA • Reform of the International Investment Treaty (IIA) regime to improve its sustainable development dimension; • Comprehensive analysis of key issues arising from the complexity of the international investment regime; • Development of a wide range of instruments to support the formulation of a more balanced international investment policy. International investment treaties (IIAs) are divided into two types: (1) bilateral investment treaties and (2) investment treaty agreements. A bilateral investment agreement (BIT) is an agreement between two countries on the promotion and protection of investments made by investors from each country in the territory of the other country. The vast majority of EIOs are IPTs. The category of investment provision contracts (IPTs) includes different types of investment agreements that are not IPTs. Three main types of IPT can be distinguished: 1. global economic contracts that contain obligations commonly found in ITTs (e.g. B a free trade agreement with an investment chapter); 2.
contracts with limited investment provisions (e.B only those relating to the establishment of investments or the free transfer of investment funds); and 3. Contracts containing only “framework clauses”, such as. B those relating to cooperation in the field of investment and/or a mandate for future negotiations on investment issues. In addition to IIAs, there is also an open category of investment-related instruments (IIIs). It includes various binding and non-binding instruments and includes, for example, model conventions and drafts, multilateral conventions on dispute settlement and arbitration, documents adopted by international organizations and others. Five years later, on 19 June 1990, the Schengen Agreement was signed by the same five Member States, still in the Moselle village. The Convention complements the agreements and defines the scope and guarantees for the implementation of the free movement of persons. It did not enter into force until 1995. De Gaulle retreated and went to West Germany in February 1962 to appeal to Adenauer. He reintroduced NATO`s noisy passage to appease the chancellor, but Adenauer did not want German-French supremacy.
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