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The Role of International Investment Agreements in Attracting Foreign Direct Investment to Developing Countries

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Conclusions

The past decades have seen a proliferation of IIAs, suggesting that IIAs are considered a useful element of FDI policymaking worldwide. IIAs have expanded both geographically and with regard to the number of participating countries. International investment rulemaking, in particular regional and bilateral, is becoming a widespread phenomenon covering all regions.

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