Jersey and UAE sign landmark 'first of a kind' treaty after years of talks

Mark Battersby
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Jersey and the United Arab Emirates have signed a bilateral investment treaty in a "historic" new post-Brexit deal for the two jurisdictions. External Relations Minister Ian Gorst said in a tweet it was a 'first-of-its-kind' deal for the island: "Delighted to sign with the #UAE Jersey's first-ever Bilateral Investment Treaty alongside HE Minister Mohamed bin Hadi Al Hussaini at the Ministry of Finance." This historic agreement will enhance business flows and protect investments between our jurisdictions." The bilateral investment treaty (BIT), which enables investment flows between...

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