10 Indian J. Int'l Econ. L. 1 (2019)
Rethinking the Regulation of International Foreign Investment: Recent Developments in Brazil, South Africa and India

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    RETHINKING THE REGULATION OF

INTERNATIONAL FOREIGN INVESTMENT:

   RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN BRAZIL,

          SOUTH AFRICA AND INDIA


                    Akshat  Agarwar


I.  Introduction ...................
II. Characteristics of the Present IIA
    Regime and the Need for a Rethink . 3
III. Analysing the Models of
    Regulation in Brazil, South Africa
    and India...................... 4
    B.  South Africa  ............... 8


     C. India ....................  11
IV. Identifying Trends in the Models
    of Regulation in Brazil, South
    Africa and India ............... 13
 V. Speculating the Impact of these
    Developments ................. 15
VI. Conclusion .................... 17


Abstract This article analyses the global rethink in international
investment law regimes by focussing on recent developments
in Brazil, India and South Africa which, among developing
countries, have witnessed major outflow and inflow foreign
investment in recent years. It compares and contrasts these regimes
and identifies certain trends that are relevant globally. Finally, it
speculates what the possible impact of these developments could
be.


Akshat Agarwal is a Research Fellow at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, New Delhi.
Views expressed are personal.

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