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The MAI has been supported by both the OECD Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC) and the OECD Advisory Committee (TUAC). While BIAC was interested in a stable and consistent treatment of investments, TUAC was interested in developing employment and labour relations standards.  3. With a view to improvement, this Article constitutes a special agreement between the Contracting Parties within the meaning of Article 273 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. (14) In the event of agreement on the terms of the agreement, the parties to the proceedings shall accept those conditions without delay in a legally binding manner. The terms of the settlement: to share, with reference to the above-mentioned case [name of host Member State] in which the applicant is established, and [name of defending Member State] the arbitral tribunal on the fact that the parties to EU treaties and bilateral investment agreements within the EU share the following agreement, as provided for in Article 4, paragraph 1, of the Agreement on the Termination of Bilateral Investment Agreements concluded between the Member States of the European Union in the Union: that: Key concepts – The mapping structure displayed in the tab „Select elements for addressing needs” is a „table of contents” which contains all the associated elements of the contract. It corresponds to the typical structure of an IIA. – the elements of the contract represented are elements of an investment contract that have been represented in the framework of the IIA Mapping Project. The number of contract elements allocated is greater than 100. Each element of the associated contract has a series of predefined options for selection. – Mapping options indicate the approach to the contract that is included in the contract.
Mapping options can be „yes/no” or they can specify the approach of the contract (for example. B the type of fair play and equitable clause (FET) – qualified / not qualified / not, etc.). Each element of the associated contract contains the options „Inconclusive” and „Inaccurate”. THE COMMISSION CONSIDERS that some bilateral investment agreements within the EU, including their expiry clauses, have already been denounced bilaterally, that other bilateral investment agreements have been unilaterally denounced within the EU and that the validity period of their expiry clauses has expired, international direct investment has taken place in different forms and to varying degrees for more than a century.  Attempts to create a framework for the protection of foreign investment date back to the 1920s, including the negotiation of a draft League of Nations convention.  From the second half of the twentieth century, investment protection was developed by bilateral investment agreements (BIT) that are signed between two countries and that indicate the desired conditions under which investments can take place between them. . . .