Prospects for Foreign Direct Investment and the Strategies of Transnational Corporations, 2005-2008, Page 966
United Nations Publications, 2005 - Business & Economics - 60 pages
Prospects for global foreign direct investment are promising in both the short term (2005-2006) and the medium term (2007-2008). Although there are some potential risks, which may weaken momentum in the near future, FDI growth is likely to continue in the years to come. The recovery is increasingly fuelled by investment into, and from, developing countries. The overall mood is one of cautious optimism. This publication presents the future trends of global and regional FDI flows, strategies of transnational corporations and developments of FDI policies.
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Global FDI prospects and TNC strategies
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