The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and the ISDS Carve-out for Tobacco Control MeasuresEuropean Journal of Risk Regulation (2015)
This report analyzes the tobacco carve-out clause (as well as the negotiations that led to its adoption) included in the final text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, which permits the TPP Parties to deny investors that challenge their tobacco control measures access to the investor-state dispute settlement mechanism. The report also discusses the potential advantages and disadvantages of such a solution.
- carve-out clause,
- tobacco control,
- investment arbitration
Citation InformationLukasz A Gruszczynski. "The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and the ISDS Carve-out for Tobacco Control Measures" European Journal of Risk Regulation Vol. 4 (2015) p. 652 - 658
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/lukasz_gruszczynski/23/