Investment policy

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Investment policy

Statement of objectives and constraints for an individual's or organization's approach.
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Investment Policy

A form outlining the investment philosophy of an investment company, investment advisor, or some other institution that invests on behalf of clients.
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The French investors might benefit from Pakistan's liberal investment policies, he added.
Nass underlined the potentials for strong trade partnerships in light of the promising business and investment opportunities supported by favourable investment policies.
Finally, these amendments to the investment policies for both funds and the name change of NTG will allow greater flexibility for the funds to invest in midstream entities organised as C corporations and does not alter the investment thesis for the funds.
QNA Doha Qatar is proceeding ahead with the development of investment policies to achieve the highest growth rates for pension funds, taking into account the risks that they can face in the medium and long term, Minister of Finance HE Ali Shareef al Emadi has said.
'MCCC has remained committed to maintaining and promoting Malaysia-China economic and trade relations, calls for government leaders to be cautious in the future, especially in terms of foreign investment policies.
The market in Pakistan is ripe for new business ventures due to good returns and favourable economic and investment policies of the government.
This change was made in accordance with certain changes to the Fund's non-fundamental investment policies previously announced on September 6, 2017, which became effective today.
Mustafa Osman Ismail has delivered the statement of the African Group at the meeting of the UNCTAD Investment Committee Tuesday, which was devoted to the review of investment policies in the Gambia.
We have liberalized investment policies to welcome Foreign Direct Investment, offered incentives to attract new capital inflows including tax exemptions, tariff reductions and investment facilitation services.
Aptma Senior Vice Chairman Zahid Mazhar invited Chinese investors to take advantage of the liberal trade and investment policies in Pakistan by entering into joint ventures with Pakistani entrepreneurs in the textile industry.
Summary: Governments should identify investment policies to attract right kind of investments

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