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Moscow Convention on Protection of the Rights of the Investor

PDF - for LibraryMoscow Convention on Protection of the Rights of the Investor was signed on 28 March 1997 and is in force as between the following CIS member states: Armenia, Belarus, The Republic of Moldova, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. The Convention provides main types of obligations of host states towards foreign investors, eg, fair and equitable treatment, prohibition of expropriation, as well as sets forth more detailed provisions regarding acquisition of certain assets by foreign investors and their involvement in privatization. 

Below are the texts in English and Russian.

Moscow Convention on the Protection of Investor Rights – English

Moscow Convention on the Protection of Rights of Investors – Russian

Sources: Investment Policy Hub; Investor State Law Guide

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