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Expropriation of U.S. investments in Cuba, Mexico, and Chile

Eric N. Baklanoff

Expropriation of U.S. investments in Cuba, Mexico, and Chile

by Eric N. Baklanoff

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Published by Praeger in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Chile.,
  • Cuba.,
  • Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Investments, American -- Chile.,
    • Investments, American -- Cuba.,
    • Investments, American -- Mexico.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementEric N. Baklanoff.
      SeriesPraeger special studies in international economics and development
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG5160.5.A3 B34
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 170 p. ;
      Number of Pages170
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5046366M
      ISBN 100275097803
      LC Control Number74006731

      As the relationship between the United States and Cuba evolves, so does the potential for U.S. investment in the island nation. Dan Loney, host of the [email protected] show on Wharton Business. Chile Chilean The U.S. established a registry of claims against the Cuban government, ultimately developing files on 5, specific companies. The Cuban government has refused to discuss the compensation of U.S. claims and the U.S. government continues to insist on compensation for U.S. companies. Mexico. The Expropriation of.

      In addition to the problems of expropriation of U.S. properties in Peru and Chile (see Documents and ), by late Nixon administration officials were becoming increasingly apprehensive about the general problem of growing investment disputes of U.S. companies in foreign countries and the expropriation of U.S. companies by foreign.   Cuba is prepared to negotiate with American companies that had property confiscated when Fidel Castro came to power 40 years ago, according to a .

        Despite the sea change in U.S. policy towards Cuba, little has changed with regard to the investor confidence in Cuba’s government and its willingness to . U.S. IPR owners should note that the EU operates on a “first-to-file” principle and not on the “first-inventor-to-file” principle, used in the United States. It is possible to register for trademark and design protection nationally in Germany or with the European Union .


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by Eric N. Baklanoff (Author)Author: Eric N. Baklanoff. (3.) ERIC N. BAKLANOFF, EXPROPRIATION OF U.S. INVESTMENTS IN CUBA, MEXICO, AND CHILE 2 (). (4.) Also called "wealth deprivation." Catherine Yannaca-Small, "Indirect Expropriation" and the "Right to Regulate" in International Investment Law 3, (OECD, Working Paper No.

/4, ). (5.). This publication presents four studies which represent recent core work of the OECD Investment Committee. The first study, "Transparency and Third Party Participation in Investor-to-State Dispute Settlement," aims to enhance understanding of the role of transparency and third party participation in investor-state dispute settlement procedures.

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Context of foreign investment in Cuba: the country's strength, market disadvantages, foreign direct investment (FDI) and figures (FDI influx, stocks, performance, potential, greenfield investments). The list of countries with whom Cuba has signed a bilateral convention regarding FDI can be found here.

The purpose of the expropriation variables for Cuba and Chile was to evaluate the "ripple effect," that is, whether a major expropriation in one Latin American country discourages direct foreign investment and bilateral and multilateral aid in other Latin American countries.

Cuba has absorbed over 1, million dollars of American capital, and now ranks first among the countries of Latin America as a field for American investment. It has not always held the lead. Before the World War the amount of American capital employed in Mexico was several times larger than that in use in Cuba.

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