20 Aug '14, 6am

My PQ about the TPP's Investor-State Dispute Settlement provision

asked the Minister for Trade and Industry (a) what mechanisms and processes are in place to allow Singapore to implement legislation in areas such as public health and the environment given the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provision in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) which grants foreign investors the right to sue the Singapore Government in an international tribunal if they believe TPP commitments have been breached; and (b) how many ISDS challenges by multinational companies have been brought or have been threatened to be brought against Singapore in the past.

Full article: http://geraldgiam.sg/2014/08/concerns-about-the-tpps-inve...

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