Chan said Indonesia remains an attractive investment destination for Singaporean businesses, which translates, for example, into investment flows to the Kendal Industrial Park in central Jaive. The treaty sets rules for the treatment of investors and investments from both countries. It will also provide investors in both countries with additional protection for their investments. These investments have been expanded to include shares, shares and other forms of equity in a company, as well as corporate-related pecuniary debts and under an economic value contract. However, the investment must have “investment characteristics such as profit anticipation and capital retention.” Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said the ILO could improve two-way investments by 18 to 22 percent over the next five years and reach more than $200 billion in investment by 2030. “In the event of a dispute, the contract offers investors the use of international arbitration. I hope that the security offered by the treaty will encourage greater flows of investment between Singapore and Indonesia. This, in turn, would allow for greater trade flows and closer trade relations between our two countries. Singapore has signed agreements with Colombia, Burkina Faso, Côte d`Ivoire, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria and Rwanda (green areas on the map above), but these agreements are not yet in force. You can contact MTI (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any requests regarding these agreements.
UNCTAD`s Work Programme on International Investment Agreements (IAA) actively supports policy makers, government officials and other IIA stakeholders in the IIA reform to make them more conducive to sustainable development and inclusive growth. International investment rules are established at bilateral, regional, inter-regional and multilateral levels. It requires policy makers, negotiators, civil society and other stakeholders to be well informed about foreign direct investment, international investment agreements (AI) and their effects on sustainable development. Key objectives of UNCTAD`s IIA work programme – Reform of the International Investment Agreements (IIA) regime to improve the dimension of sustainable development; A comprehensive analysis of key issues arising from the complexity of the international investment regime; Development of a wide range of instruments to support the development of a more balanced international investment policy. The three priorities of activities: research and policy analysis: tracking trends, identifying key emerging themes and providing cutting-edge knowledge on sustainable development; Technical assistance: organising training, seminars and workshops; conducting IIA and ILO models; Ad hoc advice to strengthen the capacity of beneficiaries to cope with the complexity of I2; Intergovernmental consensus: exchange and exchange of good practices and experiences to promote comprehensive investment policy.