Investment regimes in the Arab world : issues and policies /
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
New York : United Nations, 2000.
iii, 225 p. ; 30 cm.
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New York : United Nations, 2000.
general note
"The collected papers were presented at the Symposium on Investment in the Arab World, Second Annual Meeting, held in Rabat, Morocco, from 16 to 18 June 1999"--Pref.
"This publication derives from the Regional Workshop on Policies for Attracting Investment in the Arab World, held in Beirut from 28 to 30 September 1998"--Pref.
"United Nations publication, Sales No. E/F.00.II.D.32"--T.p. verso.
language note
In English, with parts in French.
catalogue key
Includes bibliographical references.
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Main Description
This publication derives from a workshop on Attracting Investment in the Arab World held in Beirut 28-30 September 1998. Although several Arab countries have been successful in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI), the flow to the Arab world has not kept pace with the upward global trend. These papers examine the issues with respect to the regulatory and institutional frameworks for investment and include case studies on Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco and Saudi Arabia.
Table of Contents
Prefacep. iii
Introductionp. 1
Regulatory and institutional framework for investment in the Arab worldp. 7
Country case studies
Egyptp. 59
Lebanonp. 85
Moroccop. 139
Saudi Arabiap. 187
Selected topics
Resolution de litiges en matiere d'investissement: perspective internationalep. 207
Le role potentiel du systeme d'arbitrage euro-arabe dans le reglement des differends relatifs a l'investissement dans le monde arabep. 215
Arab Stock Markets: Listing Requirements and the Protection of Minority Rightsp. 224
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