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Priority Area of Investment
Priority areas in Liberia are those in which special incentives are available to Investors. These include, but are not limited to:

(a) manufacture or assembly of finished and semi-finished products
(b) agriculture, forestry and fishing
(c) mining and quarrying
(d) building and construction
(e) electricity, gas and water
(f) transport and communication
(g) service sectors that provide technical services to the aforementioned (h) service sectors that       provide services and supplies to tourism

The Monrovia Industrial Park (MIP) is a track of land (approximately 1,112 acres), owned by the National investment Commission (NIC) and set aside by the national legislature for industrial purposes. It currently has several functioning factories on it, including a refinery. The NIC is looking to see it redeveloped as a functioning industrial park and is welcoming all investment proposals to develop the MIP.

*Two laws, the Act of 1973 and that of 1979, have been repealed and replaced by a more conducive, investor flexible and protective law termed The Investment Act of 2009. This Act alone features eighteen (18) new reforms and provides easy and smooth investment opportunities especially for foreign investors.

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