The EU-Singapore Investment Protection Agreement
An analysis of its impact on managing government bonds and capital flows
On the eve of the vote in the European parliament on the new investment treaty between Singapore and the European Union, SOMO publishes an analysis on the risks for managing government bonds and money flows. The analysis explains how the IPA negatively impacts the policy space of the EU and Singapore to manage financial instability and prevent financial crises.
Download: The impact of EUSIPA on managing government bonds and capital flows (pdf, 986.43 KB)
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