Translation of: Jugoslovenski pravni režim izvođenja investicionih radova u inostranstvu.
|Statement||Miroslav Paunović ; [translator, Radomir Svenšek].|
|LC Classifications||KKZ3403 .P3813 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||73 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||88104188|
Abstract. The senior executive of a large Yugoslav multinational with investments in LDCs explained his firm’s industrial strategy in the following terms: ‘We aim to strengthen our cooperation primarily because of our long-term economic and commercial : Patrick Artisien, Patrick Artisien, Carl H. McMillan, Matija Rojec. Abstract. This section examines the motivating factors behind the growth of Yugoslav enterprises in the DMEs. Wells 1 has identified five major factors that have prompted the growth of LDC firms abroad: these include the search for cheaper markets, risk diversification, the defence of export markets, off-shore production and the existence of ethnic : Patrick Artisien, Patrick Artisien, Carl H. McMillan, Matija Rojec. The Investment Policy Review of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is the latest in a series of investment policy reviews undertaken by UNCTAD at the request of countries interested in improving their investment framework and climate. 3. A Yugoslav citizen with permanent or temporary residence abroad for a period of more than one year. Foreign Investment Article 3 Foreign investment in the FR of Yugoslavia, as used in this Law, means: 1. Investment in a Yugoslav company by which a foreign investor gains a share or stock in the equity capital of such company; 2.
Novi Sad University School of Law, Yugoslavia. 1 Blagojević, Medjunarodno privatno pravo, Sukob (izborj) zakona kod gradjansko-pravnih odnosa sa elementom inostranosti (Private International Law, Conflict (choice) of law in private legal relationships with a foreign element) Belgrade , p. The new Act on Strategic Investment Projects in the Republic of Croatia was enacted in April It provides quicker implementation of strategic investment projects with fewer procedures and licenses needed. Each step of the investment process is specified with exact deadlines and an operational group is appointed to provide support to project implementation. STRATEGIC . Investment of a foreign investor can be in the form of currency, objects, services, property rights and securities. Investment of a local national in a foreign investment can be in the form of currency, objects, services, property rights and securities. Objects, services and rights as in provisions 1 and 2 of this article, have to be presented. 5. Legal – An organisation will have to deal with law and legislation when embarking on a project. Project work frequently involves working abroad and always includes the use of contracts. The organisation must therefore determine which legal system they will employ for their project, if they are working abroad.
The Oxford Handbook of International Trade Law places international trade law within its broader context, providing comment and critique on a range of questions both related specifically to the discipline of international trade law itself and to the outside face of international trade law and its intersection with States and other aspects of the international system. Part One deals with fundamental conceptual issues, Part Two deals with the main substantive areas of law, and Part Three deals with the major procedural issues arising out of the settlement of. International investment law 1 The nature and scope of the course 2 Section D: The case-law on the treatment of foreign investment 2 How to use the study guide 3 Chapter 2 Fleshing out the provisions for protecting foreign investment 5. Citation. Mirodrag Sukijasovic, Legal Aspects of Foreign Investment in Yugoslavia, 37 L aw and C ontemporary P roblems (Summer ) Available at: https.