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Sanctions Against Investors

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The Federal Investment Law envisages the possibility of imposing sanctions against the investor, Iraqi and non-Iraqi, in certain situations, such as violations of any of its the provisions. However, the Federal Investment Law requires the NIC to give the investor the chance to explain his conduct, before any sanction is imposed. There are two sanctions, which can be imposed under the Federal Investment Law, namely, the withdrawal of the investment license and the liquidation of the project. This chapter deals with them in the following order: first, the withdrawal of the license then the liquidation of the project.

Keywords: Federal Investment Law; investment license; investors; liquidation of the project



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