Investment protection has traditionally been perceived as being used primarily by the extractive industries. In this short video, our speakers analyze how investment protection under investment treaties may also be utilized by the tech sector. Tech investors are innovators and market disruptors. Certain tech investors also play a more pervasive role in our political discourse. These characteristics render tech investors as potentially susceptible to government interference with their investments.
Authored by Markus Burgstaller, Maria Eugenia Ramirez, and Scott Macpherson.
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