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China – Investment Treaties As A Form Of Protection For Chinese Outbound Investors.
19 August, 2013

Chinese outbound direct investment (“ODI“) reached new heights in 2013, and the upward trend looks to continue as Chinese investors inject capital into diverse investments and strategic acquisitions around the world.


As Chinese investors continue to look abroad for new opportunities and increase the size of their investments abroad, it is increasingly important for them to understand and take advantage of the international legal tools potentially available to protect those investments against interference by host State governments.


This briefing note provides an overview of the core principles of international investment law, and of the mechanisms that Chinese investors can employ to help protect their investments. Click here for the full briefing.


herbert smith Freehills
For further information, please contact:
Jessica Fei, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills
Brenda Horrigan, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills



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