Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution\n Suite 301, Park Plaza\n Bldg. 247, Path 1704\n P.O. Box 20006\n Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain\n

Competition and Laws that is anti-Trust\n

The GOB issued Competition Law No. 31 in July 2018 to stop the forming of monopolies or the training of anti-competitive behavior.\u00a0 This legislation causes it to be easier for brand new companies to enter existing markets and contend with significant players. \n

MoICT\u2019s customer Protection Directorate is in charge of making sure what the law states determining cost settings is implemented and therefore violators are penalized.\u00a0 you will find basic limitations on FDI in a few sectors, like the coal and oil and petrochemicals sectors, for which all ongoing businesses are government-owned. \n

Expropriation and Compensation \n

There has been no expropriations in the past few years, and there aren’t any full situations in contention.\u00a0 The U.S.-Bahrain BIT protects U.S. opportunities by banning all expropriations (including “creeping” and “measures tantamount to”) except those for the general public function.\u00a0 Such deals must certanly be carried call at a non-discriminatory way, with due process, and prompt, sufficient, effective payment. \n

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