1992 Bilateral Investment Treaty signed by the United States and Armenia
Basic provisions regulating American investments are set by the Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) signed by the United States and Armenia in 1992 and in force since 1996, and by the 1994 Law on Foreign Investment. In addition to providing for national treatment and most-favored nation treatment, the BIT sets out guidelines for the settlement of disputes involving the governments of either party. As an international treaty, the BIT supersedes Armenian law, a point which Armenia's constitution acknowledges and which holds in actual practice.
Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) signed by the United States and Armenia is available at http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/43477.pdf