An Investment Agreement within the WTO for Sustainable Economic Development of Low-Income Countries
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The convergence of trade and investment within the WTO will contribute to the sustainable economic development of LICs and bring predictability to investment law. Therefore, this thesis proposes to establish a CIIA and an IIDSU to converge trade and investment. It further argues that the category of ‘developing countries’ in the WTO agreements is flawed. The thesis proposes a new category of LIC on the basis of their share of world trade and FDI.
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