The most pertinent findings of this book are drawn together with a view to providing some final observations on the role of the EU as an international actor in the field of international law and regulation of foreign investment. Based on the developments of primary EU law and international investment law, this chapter provides forward-looking projections for building a comprehensive EU foreign investment policy in the future. Moreover, it discusses whether a comprehensive EU foreign investment policy would serve better the regulatory interests of the EU, Member States and third countries as capital importing and capital exporting countries and finally foreign investors.
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