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More than 300 economics, law professors urge Biden to remove ISDS from FTAs

April 15, 2024 at 3:39 PM
Ed. note: This story has updated after publication to reflect the most recent version of the letter. A group of more than 300 professors of economics and law wants President Biden to remove existing investor-state dispute settlement provisions from free trade agreements, arguing the system has numerous “substantive and procedural flaws.” In an April 15 letter to the president, the professors praise Biden for his stated opposition to ISDS but pushed for the administration to be more proactive in...

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