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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 2, February 2017 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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The Role Of Foreign Investment In Economic And Social Development In Libya

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Mustafa Khalifa Thawadi El. Hamoudi



reform, foreign investment, economic, social development, Libya.



Investment is whether in local or foreign organization is the action Plan, split by various investment activities, The Libyan economy is among those economies that require this kind of foreign investment to achieve the desired economic goals, which are correlated with the objectives of the Libyan economic system for subsequent stages. Therefore it is important to study the trends and determinants of FDI in developing in general and in Libya in particular. This paper describes the role that could be played by investment foreign investment in economic and social development in Libya, pointing out the positive and negative aspects, and how to deal with each of them in proportion to the facts of the Libyan Economy needs. And in the light of the new economic orientation, in line with the political and economic developments in the international arena and foreign investment, and thus contributing to the expansion of the ownership base, and create job opportunities for citizen, in this study will follow the descriptive approach through the way ahead obtained from digital data from various sources, using the forms as required, and discussed this paper to, the definition of foreign investment, evolved of investment, determinants of FDI, motivated encourage foreign investment, history prospects for foreign direct investment in Libya, Barriers to foreign direct investment in Libya, Policies, strategies to support foreign direct investment in Libya, conclusions and recommendations.



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