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Why A U.S.- China Bilateral Investment Treaty Matters

May 28, 2014, Investment Policy Central

Covington's Marney Cheek has authored a blog post for Investment Policy Central regarding the U.S. - China Bilateral Investment treaty.

"A U.S.-China bilateral investment treaty (BIT) will serve as the cornerstone for the bilateral economic relationship between these two economic powerhouses for years to come. It puts in place important rules that protect U.S. investors against discrimination and arbitrary treatment, with the United States promising the same for Chinese investments. China remains one of the most challenging markets for U.S. investors. This is a deal worth doing, and worth doing right." 

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