Arab League League of Arab States Investment and Business Guide

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Int'l Business Publications, Feb 7, 2007 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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Contents

TRANSPARENCY OF THE REGULATORY SYSTEM
142
CORRUPTION
143
Foreign Direct Investment Statistics
144
MOROCCO INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
145
Openness onto Europe
146
PRIVATIZATION
147
OMAN INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
150
CONVERSION AND TRANSFER POLICIES
152

Transparency of Regulatory System
22
Corruption
23
Bilateral Investment Agreements
24
Labor
25
BAHRAIN INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
27
2 Exchange Rate Policies
28
4 Debt Management Policies
29
6 Significant Barriers to US Exports
30
9 Worker Rights
31
US Investment in Selected Industries
32
COMOROS INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
34
Main Imported and Exported Products
35
Exports regulations
36
Foreign exchange system
37
Telecommunications
38
APPROVALS
39
DJIBOUTI INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
41
Openness to Foreign Investment
42
Conversion and Transfer Policies
44
Right to Private Ownership and Establishment
45
Competition Form StateOwned Enterprises
46
Bilateral Investment Agreements
47
Foreign Trade ZonesFree Trade Zones
48
EGYPT INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
49
INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS CLIMATE
50
Key Laws Governing Foreign Investment
53
Conversion and Transfer Policies
54
Expropriation and Compensation
55
Performance Requirements and Incentives
56
Right to Private Ownership and Establishment
59
Protection of Property Rights
60
Transparency of the Regulatory System
61
Competition from StateOwned Enterprises SOEs
62
Corporate Social Responsibility
63
Corruption
64
OPIC and Other Investment Insurance Programs
65
Foreign Trade ZonesFree Parts
67
IRAQ INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
69
Openness to Foreign Investment
70
Currency Conversion and Transfer Policies
71
Performance Requirements and Incentives
72
Transparency of the Regulatory System
73
Political Violence
74
Bilateral Investment Agreements and Regional Cooperation
75
Foreign Trade Zones and Ports
76
JORDAN INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
77
INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS CLIMATE
78
CONVERSION AND TRANSFER POLICIES
80
DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
81
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTSINCENTIVES
82
RIGHT TO PRIVATE OWNERSHIP AND ESTABLISHMENT
83
TRANSPARENCY OF THE REGULATORY SYSTEM
84
EFFICIENT CAPITAL MARKETS AND PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT
85
POLITICAL VIOLENCE
87
BILATERAL TRADEINVESTMENT AGREEMENTS
88
OPIC AND OTHER INVESTMENT INSURANCE PROGRAMS
89
FOREIGN TRADE ZONESFREE TRADE ZONES
90
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT STATISTICS
92
KUWAIT INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNTIES
94
INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS CLIMATE
95
CONVERSION AND TRANSFER POLICIES
99
DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
100
RIGHT TO PRIVATE OWNERSHIP AND ESTABLISHMENT
101
EFFICIENT CAPITAL MARKETS AND PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT
102
COMPETITION FROM STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES
103
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
104
POLITICAL VIOLENCE
105
OPIC AND OTHER INVESTMENT INSURANCE PROGRAMS
106
FOREIGN TRADE ZONESFREE TRADE ZONES
107
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT STATISTICS
108
LEBANON INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
109
Conversion and Transfer Policies
114
Performance Requirements Incentives
115
Right to Private Ownership and Establishment
116
Transparency of the Regulatory System
118
Efficient Capital Markets and Portfolio Investment
119
Competition from StateOwned Enterprises SOEs
120
Corporate Social Responsibility
121
Bilateral Investment Agreements
122
OPIC and Other Investment Insurance Programs
123
Foreign Trade ZonesFree Ports
124
LIBYA INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
126
Conversion and Transfer Policies
128
Expropriation and Compensation
129
Performance RequirementsIncentives
130
Right to Private Ownership and Establishment
131
Transparency of the Regulatory System
132
Competition from StateOwned Enterprises SOEs
133
Political Violence
134
Bilateral Investment Agreements
135
Foreign Trade ZonesFree Ports
137
MAURITANIA INVESTMENT CLIMATE AND OPPORTUNITIES
138
LAWS RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING INVESTMENT
139
INVESTMENT
140
DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
141
DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
153
PROTECTION OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
154
TRANSPARENCY OF REGULATORY SYSTEM
155
EFFICIENT CAPITAL MARKETS AND PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT
156
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CSR
157
OPIC AND OTHER INVESTMENT INSURANCE PROGRAMS
158
FREETRADE ZONESFREE PORTS
159
STATE OF PALESTINE WEST BANK AND GAZA
160
CONVERSION AND TRANSFER POLICIES
162
DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
163
RIGHT TO PRIVATE OWNERSHIP AND ESTABLISHMENT
165
PROTECTION OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
166
TRANSPARENCY OF THE REGULATORY SYSTEM
167
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CSR
168
BILATERAL INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS
169
FOREIGN TRADE ZONESFREE PORTS
170
QATAR
172
INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS CLIMATE
173
CONVERSION AND TRANSFER POLICIES
177
EXPROPRIATION AND COMPENSATION
178
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND INCENTIVES
179
RIGHT TO PRIVATE OWNERSHIP AND ESTABLISHMENT
180
TRANSPARENCY OF THE REGULATORY SYSTEM
182
COMPETITION FROM STATEOWNED ENTERPRISES SOES
183
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CSR
185
BILATERAL INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS
186
LABOR
187
FOREIGNTRADE ZONESFREE PORTS
188
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT STATISTICS
189
PETROCHEMICALS
190
LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS PROJECTS
191
GASTOLIQUIDS PROJECTS
192
POWER AND UTILITIES
193
SAUDI ARABIA
194
Conversion and Transfer Policies
198
Performance Requirements and Incentives
199
Right to Private Ownership and Establishment
200
Transparency of Regulatory System
201
Efficient Capital Markets and Portfolio Investment
202
Political Violence
203
ForeignTrade ZonesFree Ports
204
SOMALIA
205
Manufacturing
206
Hospitality
207
Finance
208
Energy
209
WATER RESOURCES AND HYDROPOWER
212
CLIMATE CHANGE
213
NATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR WATER AGRICULTURE AND ENERGY
214
SUDAN
218
INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS CLIMATE
219
Bilateral Investment Agreements
222
OPIC and Other Investment Insurance Programs
223
SYRIA
225
Conversion and Transfer Policies
231
Expropriation and Compensation
233
Dispute Settlement
234
Performance Requirements and Incentives
235
Right to Private Ownership and Establishment
236
Transparency of The Regulatory System
237
Efficient Capital Markets and Portfolio Investment
238
Competition from State Owned Enterprises
239
Political Violence
240
AntiCorruption Resources
244
Bilateral Investment Agreements
245
ForeignTrade ZonesFree Ports
246
Foreign Direct Investment Statistics
247
Web Resources
249
TUNISIA STRATEGIC PROFILE
250
Conversion and Compensation
252
Dispute Settlement
253
Performance Requirements and Incentives
254
Right to Private Ownership and Establishment
255
Efficient Capital Market and Portfolio Investment
256
Political Violence
257
Bilateral Investment Agreements
258
Foreign Direct Investment Statistics
259
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
260
Conversion and Transfer Policies
263
Performance RequirementsIncentives
265
Transparency of the Regulatory System
266
Competition from StateOwned Enterprises SOEs
267
OPIC and Other Investment Insurance Programs
268
Foreign Trade ZonesFree Ports
269
Foreign Direct Investment Statistics
270
YEMEN
271
Conversion and Transfer Policies
273
Performance Requirements and Incentives
274
Protection of Property Rights
275
Political Violence
276
Corruption
278
OPIC and Other Investment Insurance Programs
279
Foreign Direct Investment Statistics
280
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