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Thursday, 27th September 2007

The Law of the Sea Treaty: Impeding American Entrepreneurship and Investment

The Law of the Sea Treaty: Impeding American Entrepreneurship and Investment
Source: Competitive Enterprise Institute
From press release:

The controversial Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST), on fast track for Senate ratification, would harm an array of U.S. economic interests, such as offshore oil exploration and intellectual property rights, concludes a new study from the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

In The Law of the Sea Treaty: Impeding American Entrepreneurship and Investment, CEI Bastiat Fellow Doug Bandow finds that the treaty, if ratified, “would discourage future minerals production as well as punish entrepreneurship in related fields involving technology and intellectual property with an ocean application.”

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