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Réflexions sur le droit applicable aux investissements étrangers au Maroc


  • Monéger, Joël


  • Arrassen, Nounja


To ensure sustainable economic growth, Morocco mobilizes various funding resources such as foreign direct investments. Among the determinants of these), there is political stability, of which Morocco is a model, but also the existence of legal standards making their realization easier. By these facilities, is real policy of attractiveness is aimed. For that purpose, various legal instruments, sometimes restrictive, sometimes liberal, have been adopted since the independence, according to legitimate concerns that foreign capital may raise in certain circumstances. These instruments, which ultimately constitute the Moroccan foreign investment lax, vary from general and special provisions to multilateral and bilateral conventional instruments. This study, without exhausting the subject, makes a dynamic presentation of these instruments regarding two main dimensions of an investment process: entry and exit. The first captures the richness of the normative framework related to foreign investments’ reception, whereas the second highlights in case of their exit, either contentious or not

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  • Arrassen, Nounja, 2012. "Réflexions sur le droit applicable aux investissements étrangers au Maroc," Economics Thesis from University Paris Dauphine, Paris Dauphine University, number 123456789/11211 edited by Monéger, Joël, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:dau:thesis:123456789/11211
    Note: dissertation

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    Droit marocain; Réglement des différends; C.I.R.D.I.; Investisseur; Moroccan law; Dispute resolution; International arbitration; ICSID; Investor;

    JEL classification:

    • K41 - Law and Economics - - Legal Procedure, the Legal System, and Illegal Behavior - - - Litigation Process


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