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Equity GCC investment regime in Qatar

The Ministry’s initiatives to expand the reach of application of the Foreign Investment Law is obviously in line with Qatar’s approach to attract even more investment required for Qatar’s vision. Similar steps will support and boost this approach going forward.

The creation of, or investing in any commercial establishment in Qatar is primarily governed by the Foreign Investment Law No (13) of 2000 as amended.

The general rule under Article (2)1 of the Foreign Investment Law is that non-Qataris, whether natural or juristic persons, may invest in all sectors of the national economy, only through the medium of a company incorporated in Qatar in which one or more Qatari persons and/or 100% Qatari entities hold not less than 51% of the share capital. However, where the non-Qatari element consists wholly of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) persons or entities, the 51% can be read as 50%…

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Al Sila Tower
Level 26
Al Sowwah Square
Al Maryah Island
Abu Dhabi
PO Box 440
United Arab Emirates

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