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Status of Armed Forces on Foreign Territory Agreements (SOFA)

International Investment Agreements: Investor Protections and Foreign Direct Investment*

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The Impacts of an East Asia Free Trade Agreement on Foreign Trade in East Asia

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The Legal Framework for Foreign Investments in the EU: The EU Internal Market Freedoms, the Destiny of Member States’ BITs, and Future European Agreements on Protection of Foreign Investments

Agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and Brunei Darussalam concerning the Encouragement and Reciprocal Protection of Foreign Investments

Agreement respecting the Execution of Foreign Judgments between Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, signed at Caracas, 18 July 1911

Agreement between Corea and Japan by which Japan assumed Charge of the Foreign Relations of Corea, signed at Seoul, 17 November 1905

Foreign Investment Protection under Investment Treaties: Recent Developments under Chapter 11 of the North American Free Trade Agreement

The Latin American Treatment of International Arbitration and Foreign Investments and the Chile-U.S. Free Trade Agreement

Seeing the Wood for the Trees: The British Foreign Office and the Anglo-American Trade Agreement of 1938

EC Free Trade Agreements: An Alternative Model for Addressing Human Rights in Foreign Investment Regulation and Dispute Settlement?


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An agreement or contract the proper law of which is the law of some country other than England and Wales, Northern Ireland, or Scotland. See foreign law; proper law of a contract.

Subjects: Law.

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