Stakeholder meeting on the establishment of a multilateral investment court, Brussels - EU monitor

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date January 15, 2020
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organisation Directorate General for Trade (TRADE)†i

The European Commission is holding a stakeholder meeting on the multilateral reform of investment dispute resolution including the establishment of a multilateral investment court.

The purpose of the meeting is to update stakeholders on the latest developments in this area at the EU and international level and to exchange views on the latest relevant EU policy developments.

Lead Participant

  • Mr Colin Brown; Dispute Settlement and Legal Aspects of Trade Policy

Moderator

  • Deputy Head of the Information, Communication and Civil Society Unit, DG Trade, European Commission

Agenda

  • Welcome and opening remarks
  • State of play of the latest developments at the EU and international level
  • Exchange of views with stakeholders
  • Conclusion

Practical Information

  • Date and time: Wednesday 15 January 2020, 10:00 to 12:00
  • Venue: Charlemagne building, Sicco Mansholt room, Rue de la Loi 170, 1000 Brussels
  • Registration: Please click here to register before 7 January 2020 12:00 CET. Attendance is limited to 2 participants per organisation. Participants will receive a confirmation e-mail after 8 January with further information on accessing the building. Any change of name should be communicated no later than 10 January 2020 12:00 CET.
  • Livestreaming: On the day of the event, the meeting will be livestreamed here.
  • Kindly note that travel expenses for this meeting will not be reimbursed.

Useful Documents


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Directorate General for Trade (TRADE)

This Directorate-General is to advance the removal of trade barriers, to encourage the harmonious development of world trade and to lower custom barriers. The Directorate General has to implement the common trade policy of the EU towards non-member states.

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