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Bilateral Investment Treaty - A treaty between two countries to ensure that investments between the two countries receive the same treatment as domestic or other international investments.
Maastricht Treaty - The treaty, formally known as the Treaty on European Union, signed in 1992, that led to the unification of many European countries. The treaty changed the name of the European Community (EC) to the European Union (EU) and led to the creation of a monetary union with a European Central bank, political and military integration, common foreign policy, and common citizenship among member countries.
Tax Treaty - An agreement specifying what items of income will be taxed by the authorities of the country where the income is earned.
Treaty of Rome - Treaty, signed in 1957, which inaugurated the European Economic Community, establishing a common market in a variety of products between member states.