Incentives and foreign direct investment
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Division on Transnational Corporations and Investment
United Nations, 1996 - Business & Economics - 98 pages
A concise study which shows clearly the efforts to deal with incentives & gives valid suggestions for strengthening cooperation in this vital area. It shows us all the need for intergovernmental coordination & how to rationalize use & involvement in this important field. It surveys foreign direct investment in over 100 countries from all regions.
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