India told Canada it has ‘little flexibility’ on longstanding investment treaty issues, documents show – The Logic

OTTAWA & NEW DELHI — As Canadian institutional investors buy up billions worth of assets in India, the two countries have relaunched talks on a bilateral investor-protection agreement. But documents obtained by The Logic show India has told Canada it has little room to compromise on major sticking points from the two countries’ last failed attempt to make a deal a half-decade ago.

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