List of Bilateral Investment Treaties

List of United States Bilateral Investment Treaties

  • Albania (Date of Signature: January 11, 1995 ) (Date Entered into Force: January 4, 1998 )
  • Argentina (Date of Signature: November 14, 1991 ) (Date Entered into Force: October 20, 1994 )
  • Armenia (Date of Signature: September 23, 1992 ) (Date Entered into Force: March 29, 1996 )
  • Azerbaijan (Date of Signature: August 1, 1997 ) (Date Entered into Force: August 2, 2001 )
  • Bahrain (Date of Signature: September 29, 1999 ) (Date Entered into Force: May 30, 2001 )
  • Bangladesh (Date of Signature: March 12, 1986 ) (Date Entered into Force: July 25, 1989 )
  • Belarus (Date of Signature: January 15, 1994 ) (Date Entered into Force: Entry into force pending exchange of instruments of ratification)
  • Bolivia (Date of Signature: April 17, 1998 ) (Date Entered into Force: June 6, 2001): The Government of Bolivia delivered notice to the United States on June 10, 2011, that it was terminating the “Treaty Between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of the Republic of Bolivia Concerning the Encouragement and Reciprocal Protection of Investment.” As of June 10, 2012 (the date of termination), the treaty ceased to have effect, except that it will continue to apply for another 10 years to covered investments existing at the time of termination
  • Bulgaria (Date of Signature: September 23, 1992 ) (Date Entered into Force: June 2, 1994 )
  • Cameroon (Date of Signature: February 26, 1986 ) (Date Entered into Force: April 6, 1989 )
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo, Formerly Zaire (Date of Signature: August 3, 1984 ) (Date Entered into Force: July 28, 1989 )
  • Republic of the (Brazzaville) Congo (Date of Signature: February 12, 1990 ) (Date Entered into Force: August 13, 1994 )
  • Croatia (Date of Signature: July 13, 1996 ) (Date Entered into Force: June 20, 2001 )
  • Czech Republic: Treaty signed on October 22, 1991, with the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic and has been in force for the Czech Republic and Slovakia as separate states since January 1, 1993 (Date of Signature: October 22, 1991 ) (Date Entered into Force: December 19, 1992 )
  • Ecuador (Date of Signature: August 27, 1993 ) (Date Entered into Force: May 11, 1997 )
  • Egypt (Date of Signature: March 11, 1986 ) (Date Entered into Force: June 27, 1992 )
  • El Salvador (Date of Signature: March 10, 1999 ) (Date Entered into Force: Entry into force pending exchange of instruments of ratification)
  • Estonia (Date of Signature: April 19, 1994 ) (Date Entered into Force: February 16, 1997 )
  • Georgia (Date of Signature: March 7, 1994 ) (Date Entered into Force: August 17, 1997 )
  • Grenada (Date of Signature: May 2, 1986 ) (Date Entered into Force: March 3, 1989 )
  • Haiti (Date of Signature: December 13, 1983 ) (Date Entered into Force: Entry into force pending domestic ratification process by both Parties and exchange of instruments of ratification)
  • Honduras (Date of Signature: July 1, 1995 ) (Date Entered into Force: July 11, 2001 )
  • Jamaica (Date of Signature: February 4, 1994 ) (Date Entered into Force: March 7, 1997 )
  • Jordan (Date of Signature: July 2, 1997 ) (Date Entered into Force: June 12, 2003 )
  • Kazakhstan (Date of Signature: May 19, 1992 ) (Date Entered into Force: January 12, 1994 )
  • Kyrgyzstan (Date of Signature: January 19, 1993 ) (Date Entered into Force: January 12, 1994 )
  • Latvia (Date of Signature: January 13, 1995 ) (Date Entered into Force: December 26, 1996 )
  • Lithuania (Date of Signature: January 14, 1998 ) (Date Entered into Force: November 22, 2001 )
  • Moldova (Date of Signature: April 21, 1993 ) (Date Entered into Force: November 25, 1994 )
  • Mongolia (Date of Signature: October 6, 1994 ) (Date Entered into Force: January 1, 1997 )
  • Morocco (Date of Signature: July 22, 1985 ) (Date Entered into Force: May 29, 1991 )
  • Mozambique (Date of Signature: December 1, 1998 ) (Date Entered into Force: March 3, 2005 )
  • Nicaragua (Date of Signature: July 1, 1995 ) (Date Entered into Force: Entry into force pending U.S.’s domestic ratification process and exchange of instruments of ratification by both Parties)
  • Panama (Date of Signature: October 27, 1982 ) (Date Entered into Force: May 30, 1991 )
  • Panama (Amendment) (Date of Signature: June 1, 2000 ) (Date Entered into Force: May 14, 2001 )
  • Poland (Date of Signature: March 21, 1990 ) (Date Entered into Force: August 6, 1994 )
  • Romania (Date of Signature: May 28, 1992 ) (Date Entered into Force: January 15, 1994 )
  • Russia (Date of Signature: June 17, 1992 ) (Date Entered into Force: Entry into force pending other Party’s domestic ratification process and exchange of instruments of ratification by both Parties)
  • Rwanda (Date of Signature: February 19, 2008 ) (Date Entered into Force: January 1, 2012 )
  • Senegal (Date of Signature: December 6, 1983 ) (Date Entered into Force: October 25, 1990 )
  • Slovakia: Treaty signed on October 22, 1991, with the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic and has been in force for the Czech Republic and Slovakia as separate states since January 1, 1993 (Date of Signature: October 22, 1991 ) (Date Entered into Force: December 19, 1992 )
  • Sri Lanka (Date of Signature: September 20, 1991 ) (Date Entered into Force: May 1, 1993 )
  • Trinidad & Tobago (Date of Signature: September 26, 1994 ) (Date Entered into Force: December 26, 1996 )
  • Tunisia (Date of Signature: May 15, 1990 ) (Date Entered into Force: February 7, 1993 )
  • Turkey (Date of Signature: December 3, 1985 ) (Date Entered into Force: May 18, 1990 )
  • Ukraine (Date of Signature: March 4, 1994 ) (Date Entered into Force: November 16, 1996 )
  • Uruguay (Date of Signature: November 4, 2005 ) (Date Entered into Force: November 1, 2006 )
  • Uzbekistan (Date of Signature: December 16, 1994 ) (Date Entered into Force: Entry into force pending exchange of instruments of ratification)

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