EHE Guide to the EU-Singapore Investment Protection Agreement
The EU-Singapore Investment Protection Agreement (the “Investment Agreement”) was signed on 19 October 2018. The Investment Agreement is now in the process of ratification by all EU member states and will soon come into force.
Once it comes into force, the Investment Agreement will be a binding international treaty concluded between the EU and Singapore. It is primarily aimed at promoting investments between the EU and Singapore.
In practical terms, what does this mean for Singaporean and EU businesses? What benefits avail to Singaporean companies investing in the EU and vice versa? Does it provide any recourse for investors if things go wrong?
The Eversheds Harry Elias International Arbitration Group presents to you the EHE Guide to the EU-Singapore Investment Protection Agreement. The attached publication aims to provide you with an overview of the investment protections and dispute resolution process provided for in the Investment Agreement.
You may download the guide here.