World Trade Organization Law and Investment Relationship: Jordan Perspective
Article from: TDM 3 (2011), in Intersections: Dissemblance or Convergence between International Trade and Investment Law
In a world with increasing competition for capital, countries seek to develop different mechanisms to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). One of the Middle Eastern countries, Jordan is an example of a country that since the mid 1990s has sought to attract FDI. This movement results from the country's development of a number of mechanisms promoting this type of investment in both the domestic and international level. Jordan has entered into a number of Bilateral Investment Treaties as well as Bilateral and Regional Free Trade Agreements. One such is the Bilateral and Regional ...