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Forms of Investment

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Investment may be carried out in one of the following forms
1. Sole Proprietorship (Individual Investor)
2. Business organization
• Wholly foreign owned
• Joint investment between domestic and foreign
• Branch of a business organization

Minimum Capital Requirement

Under the Investment Proclamation No. 769/2012 (as amended),

  1.  Any foreign investor, to be allowed to invest pursuant to the proclamation, shall be required to allocate a minimum capital of USD 200,000 for a single investment project.
  2. The minimum capital required of a foreign investor investing jointly with a domestic investor shall be USD 150,000.
  3. The minimum capital required of a foreign investor investing in Architectural or Engineering works or related technical consultancy services, technical testing and analysis or in publishing work shall be
    a) USD 100,000 if the investment is made wholly on his own;
    b) USD 50,000 if investment is made jointly with a domestic investor.
  4. A foreign investor re-investing his profits or dividends generated from his existing enterprise may not be required to allocate a minimum capital.
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