Investor-State Dispute-Settlement Provision

Investor-State Dispute-Settlement Provision

Definition

A provision sometimes included in an international trade agreement that entitles individuals or entities who have invested in signatory countries to bring claims against those countries for breach of the agreement if the claimants have suffered loss or damage because of the breach.

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