Last checked: 31/08/2022

Investments in another EU country

When you plan to do an investment in another EU country, e.g. buying property or shares, you need to know that your investment is protected by EU investment protection rules. And if things go wrong, and you feel your rights have not been respected, there are various means of redress.

What types of cross-border investments are protected?

Investing in another EU country can mean many things, for instance:

Understanding cross-border investments

See also

EU legislation

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