BIPPABilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement
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The Bippa was signed last December for encouraging and providing legal protection to investors from both countries.
However, the UAE hadn't shown interest in the absence of a Bippa, sources said.
Despite ambitious expansion plans of the giant global port operator related to its Indian operations, DP World has been apprehensive over its investments in the country due to the absence of BIPPA, according to officials.
Nepal has welcomed Indian investment and is giving additional facilities under the BIPPA agreement.
Ceramics referenced from Carmen Sarjeant, 'A characterization of mortuary ceramics from Ban Non Wat, northeast Thailand', Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association (BIPPA) 30 (2010): 163-77; Charles Higham, The origins of the civilization of Angkor, vol.
Seetharam said India has already ratified Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA) that was signed by both nations in December 2013, which serves as a platform for promotion and reciprocal legal protection of investments in both countries.
The latest terminal project in India by DP World, which currently operates five terminals in the third largest Asian economy, is in the wake of a Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement, or BIPPA, singed by the UAE and India.
India has inked its Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA) with United Arab Emirates on Thursday intended at receiving new capital investments from the Gulf nation.
New Delhi, Dec.12 ( ANI ): India and United Arab Emirates todaysigned a Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA), following a meeting between the visiting Foreign Minister of UAE, Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan, and External Affairs Minister, Salman Khurshid.
It was BIPPA or the Bilateral Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement signed between both countries last week.
Discussions will also be held in the meeting on simplification for the export procedures of pharmaceutical products both in Nepal and Bangladesh, tourism promotion, exploring air connectivity between Biratnagar/Bhadrapur of Nepal and Saiyadpur (Rangpur) of Bangladesh, participation in international trade fair of each other country, Nepal- Bangladesh cooperation in hydropower, cooperation between Trading Corporation of Bangladesh (TCB) and public trading corporation of Nepal including Salt Trading Corporation and signing of Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA) between the two countries.