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The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union (CETA) due the contracting parties include a large number of involved countries, which fact creates an ambiguous possibility of various implications in the worldwide business practice considering the different national legal systems. In my paper I am using a deductive approach to the relationship between the theory and the research with an emphasis on the two research questions: Why the ISDS (Investor State Dispute Settlement) from CETA sparked the greatest attention?, and What is causing the legal discrepancy between the CETA’s provisions on hard copy and the possible implementation in business practice?. My paper is focused on the implications from the CETA’s concluding in the business practice, taking into consideration that CETA is a combination of strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and possible threats.
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