Foreign Direct Investments can bring several benefits to the host country and as a general tendency governments, in particular in the developing, or post-communist regime countries, strive to adopt policies that would better promote their country and create a business friendly environment for foreign investors. Albania for several years has been, and still is an attractable market for investment, leading on the adoption of necessary policies and legal framework. This work will give a general overview of the legal protection given to foreign investors in Albania,in comparison with Bulgaria and Romania as countries with the highest influx of foreign direct investments in South-East Europe.The work will show that Albanian, as both these two EU member states, has the necessary legal instruments to attract and protect foreign investment
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Evgjeni Bashari, received her LLB from the University of Tirana, Faculty of Law in 2004. In 2006 she was admitted to the LLM program and received her LL.M. in International Business Law from Central European University,Legal Studies Department.
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