Foreign Investment Statute: Decree Law 600

Decree Law 600, ratified in 1993, establishes basic rights and regulations for certain foreign investment projects in Chile. The policies set forth in this law, including the ability to freely transfer net income abroad and protection from discrimination favoring domestic companies, have been a driving force behind the consistent growth in the amount of foreign direct investment Chile receives.

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