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Amendments to the law on foreign investments

01 December 2010

Robert Lulo

According to amendments to the Law on Foreign Investments (Law no 7764, November 2 1993), foreign investments in Albania will be protected by the government, in regard to the problems faced with real estate properties.

In the past, several investment projects by foreign investors have not been concluded due to problems they have been facing regarding the property of land. This is because there have been claims by people who were trying to take advantage of the ambiguities of the law for ownership of the land where the foreign investments were established.

From now on, according to amendments, the Albanian government will guarantee the foreign investments and...



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