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Columbia FDI Perspectives No. 254
Columbia University, Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI), New York, NY
Local data-storage and/or processing requirements presumably violate national treatment provisions of the GATS and international investment agreements. Investors could challenge data-localization measures before the tribunals, or decision-makers and engineers could design an international legal framework on data flow restrictions to ensure openness, certainty and efficiency while achieving public policy objectives.
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