Investment Policy Reviews
Investment Policy Reviews 

UNCTAD´s Investment Policy Reviews provide an objective evaluation of the country´s legal, regulatory and institutional framework for FDI to attract increased foreign and direct investment, as well as how to maximize the benefits from it. The review includes FDI entry and establishment, treatment and protection of investment, taxation, the business environment and sectoral regulations. The strategic analysis is tailored to country needs. Recommendations are concrete and action-oriented.   


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16 July 2015Three stories that explain why many developing countries have considered implementing an UNCTAD Investment Policy Review
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25 June 2015Government of Kyrgyzstan and UNCTAD discuss investment policy
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22 April 2015Republic of Congo to promote foreign investment in agriculture
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21 April 2015The Sudan to implement UNCTAD recommendations to bolster national investment regime
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27 March 2015UNCTAD presents its investment policy advice to Bosnia and Herzegovina
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 Regional Review

 

 

Investment Policy Review of South-East Europe

The Investment Policy Review of South-East Europe is the first regional IPR undertaken by UNCTAD.

It covers seven economies: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, the Republic of Moldova*, Serbia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Kosovo**.


* As a participant to the SEE Investment Committee's Working Group on Investments and Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) Signatory, at the request of the CEFTA and Regional Cooperation Council Secretariats, the Republic of Moldova is also included in the regional study, even though it is not directly encompassed by the SEE 2020 Strategy.
** United Nations Administrative Region, Security Council resolution 1244 (1999).

 

Investment Policy Review of South-East Europe

 

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