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Investment is an economic activity aimed at securing a profit for the investor. While investment provides profit to the investor, it can also provide some benefits for the State in whose territory the investment is made. In modern times, foreign investment has become very widespread and covers many economic activities. The various parts of the Federal Investment Law shall be dealt with as follows: first, the objectives of the law are treated, then the areas of investment. This is followed by the licensing of investment projects. The incentives and guarantees to investors are treated, followed by the obligations of the investor. Next the sanctions against the investment are treated, followed by the settlement of disputes. The regulations and instructions necessary for the implementation of the Federal Investment Law are surveyed. And finally, some conclusions are formulated.

Keywords: Ba'ath regime; Federal Investment Law; Iraq



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