By Fath El Rahman, Abdalla El Sheikh
Although developing countries require foreign investment for growth, investors often encounter a range of obstacles in the existing economic order. This comparative study of two developing countries with similar socio-ethnic backgrounds--the Sudan and Saudi Arabia--considers how international and Islamic law have evolved in new directions in post-Soviet years. Topics include incentives and facilities for foreign investors, investment treaties, investment insurance programs and remedies for aggrieved investors.
- Cambridge, England