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Investment Including Capital Movements

March 2009
Mayer Brown Article
Interest by academics and policymakers in developing effective mechanisms to capture the benefits of global trade in goods and capital is intense. These mechanisms can vary from indirect and unintentional measures, such as strong and independent governmental regulators, a robust domestic legal system and a thriving open economy, to direct and intentional mechanisms such as bilateral investment treaties, regional investment treaties, affiliation with regional trade and investment organisations, and domestic legislation intended to promote international capital inflows.
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