Up to the present the United States has imposed few restrictions on foreign direct investment. It has never enacted any limitations as sweeping as those proposed by the Dent-Gaydos bill. This Note will briefly discuss the need for such restrictions and then examine the extent to which a reversal in policy is permitted by existing U.S. treaty obligations.
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The Rising Tide of Reverse Flow: Would a Legislative Breakwater Violate U.S. Treaty Commitments?,
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