- Foreign Direct Investment — Investment ‘in accordance with host state law’ — Investor
This chapter explores provisions in investment treaties that deal with the transfer of funds. Foreign investors expect free and unrestricted transfer of funds into and out of the host country to sustain their operations. Host states may wish to restrict inward transfer of funds for various reasons such as national security. They may also limit the outward transfer of funds through currency control measures to safeguard balance of payments, particularly in difficult financial times.
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