The Middle East in the New Millennium - Economic Development and Business Law

The Middle East in the New Millennium - Economic Development and Business Law

Dr. Gil Feiler, Kluwer Law, 2000


For each of sixteen countries, the author provides in-depth analysis of current economic, political, and business issues, with detailed attention to legislation in such vital areas as currency and banking, intellectual property rights, investment incentives, trade regulation, business form and structures, taxation, and the laws applicable to labor and environmental issues, as well as a description of relevant judicial procedures.

The result is a wealth of detailed information, unavailable in any other single source, that gives the interested investor or counsel a clearly defined perspective on business trends, new developments, and economic growth sectors in the region.

The Middle East in the New Millennium: Economic Development & Business Law represents the clearest indication we have yet of the prospects for crystallization of this rich and diverse region and the likely pace and aspect of economic liberalization. It will be of enormous value to forward-looking investors, business people, and international business lawyers.

Countries covered include Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestinian Authority, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.

Hardcover: 478 pages

Publisher: Kluwer Law International (June 2000)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 9041188444

ISBN-13: 978-9041188441

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