FDI are very important especially for the developing countries like Albania. The long isolation during the communist period until 1991 hindered the access of foreign capital in the Albanian economy. Changes during 1991 and 1992 brought the need of passing from centralized planning methods to free market system. The goal of this book is to study the relation between such indicators as: political stability, market researchers, strategic aspects, infrastructure, stimulating policies packages researchers, promotion of investments and FDI. The Albanian experience in attracting the FDI has been related mainly with the privatization process in the strategic sectors. This work provides data on foreign investors’opinion related to investment climate in Albania, data on experiences of foreign investors, reasons for selecting Albania as investment location and the experience of investors with the Promotion Agency. The study aimed in verifying several hypotheses which were formulated through a conceptual model.