Public Services in the Crosshairs The impacts of investment protection regimes on the public services sector in Latin America and the Caribbean

Publication date:
15 minutes read

This report shows how Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) endanger public services in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) by mapping sector-related claims brought by foreign investors. It is intended to foster debate on how to break free from the investment protection system by presenting examples of countries in LAC and beyond have reviewed their BITs.

Cover image Public services in the Crosshairs

About public services in the crosshairs

Publication type
Infographic on ISDS

Ideas into movement

Boost TNI's work

While you're here please consider making a donation to support our work. We're committed to making our valued research available for use without charge but we need your help. If everyone reading this gave just €12 we could sustain our work for three years. 

Make a donation