ASCE Virtual Event
Foreign Direct Investment: Lessons for Cuba
Wednesday, May 5 10 AM to 12 PM
This webinar will outline the salient features of FDI, touch upon the challenge of negotiating investment contracts between states and foreign investors, and, in particular, the current process of approval in Cuba. It will consider what Cuba, as a developing nation with an economy in transition, needs in terms of a regulatory framework to attract FDI.
Panelists: Karl Sauvant (Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment), Natalia Delgado (Cuba Capacity Building Project at Columbia Law School), Jorge Piñon (University of Texas Center for International Energy and Environmental Policy), Pedro Freyre (Chair, Akerman’s International Practice), Christine Concepción (McDermott, Will & Emery), Ricardo Ampudia (Shook Hardy & Bacon)
Co-sponsored by the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy and the Cuba Capacity Building Project at Columbia Law School
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