Considering the Investor-State Dispute Settlement Provisions under the Trans-Pacific Partnership
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Introduction

In today's day and age, international trade and economic cooperation is considered the norm rather than the exception, especially with the rise of organizations such as the WTO. However, rather than diving headlong into the world of laissez-faire economics, due precaution must be taken before getting into multilateral trade agreements. This paper seeks to examine the Investor-State Dispute Settlement clause within the Trans Pacific Partnership and make general observations as to the veracity of the Agreement from India's perspective.

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