Item description for Foreign Investments in Bulgaria by Nikolay Natov...
This volume offers both general and specific information on the legal framework regulating foreign investments in Bulgaria. Its author, a Bulgarian lawyer specialising in the area of private international law, addresses a wide range of issues relating to this topic, including questions such as: Are Bulgarian laws favourable to foreign investments? How do joint ventures operate there? How does one open and operate a bank account in Bulgaria? Are investments protected by law? What licence regime exists? What incentives and what barriers exist in Bulgaria for foreign investors? This unique volume will prove invaluable to all those seeking clarification on this complex and timely topic -- including foreign businessmen, government officials, academics and students.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.7" Width: 6.5" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 26, 2000
ISBN 9041112782 ISBN13 9789041112781
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A false start for anyone interested in the topic Jul 28, 2003
Nikolay Natov wrote this book while serving as a lecturer in Private International Law at Sofia University in Bulgaria.
This, unfortunately, is a dreary piece where little of Mr. Natov's technique as a lecturer comes through. The quality of presenting the information is sufficiently low and the text so riddled with incomprehensible or misleading (in English generally or as a minimum - in legal English) expressions, that any value that the bites of knowledge about Bulgaran regulation of foreign investment that it contains may have, is hopelessly lost on the reader.
Slightly more irritating than the repetitive incantation of the book's style are its datedness and generality.
Far from offering a concise, argued and informative guide to an important area of a legal system which is coming increasingly under challenge in its functioning (not least in EU accession negotiations), this volume is weak and uncritical.
As an attempt to present Bulgarian law to English-speaking readers this is sadly a failure. Equally so, and equally sadly, as an effort to showcase Bulgarian legal scholarship outside the country.