U.S. and Estonia Sign Bilateral Investment Treaty

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On April 19, 1994, the United States and Estonia sign a bilateral investment treaty, the first such treaty between the U.S. and a Baltic state. The treaty, which entered into force almost three years later on February 16, 1997, was designed “to protect U.S. investors and assist the Republic of Estonia in its efforts to develop its economy.”

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