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The Objectives Of The Federal Investment Law

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The objectives of the Federal Investment Law cover a number of areas and disciplines, ranging from the encouragement of investment and the transfer of technology, to the expansion of exports and the improvement of the balance of trade of Iraq. The objectives are dealt with as follows: first, the promotion of investment and the transfer of technology, second, the encouragement of investors, third the development of human resources, fourth, the protection of the rights and property of investors, fifth, the expansion of Iraqi exports and the enhancement of the balance of payments and the balance of trade, and finally some concluding remarks are attempted.

Keywords: balanceof payment; balance of trade; Federal Investment Law; investors; Iraq



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