Research Paper On Fdi And Economic Growth In India

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  • Why is South Africa an Attractive FDI Target?

    This eight page paper considers the attractiveness of South Africa as a destination for foreign direct investment. The paper starts by considering how South Africa is aligned with some general criteria that motivate companies choose particular countries for FDI. The paper then looks at the inflows of FDI, considering the amounts received and the spread of FDI across different industries as well as the sources of FDI. The paper then considers the way in which foreign direct investment may be impacting on growth within the South African economy, and ends by discussing the pattern of FDI outflows and whether or not this is advisable in a country that is seeking to attract inward FDI. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography of this eight page paper

  • United States' Continuing Investment in India

    In six pages this paper discusses the Indian resource investment by the United States and what India must do in terms of infrastructural improvements as well as what lessons the U.S. might learn regarding the rapidly paced economic growth of India. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • SunPower Case; Considering FDI in Brazil and UAE

    This 3 page paper answers questions set by the student concerning foreign direct investment. This includes defining FDI and looking at vertical and horizontal FDI, the levels of FDI in Brazil and the United Arab Emirates, and questions that the firm may want to ask regarding FDI patterns before determining international expansion plans. The bibliography cites 4 sources.

  • The Importance of FDI to Economic Development in China

    China has an increasing level of involvement in the world economy and has benefited from a significant increase in the level of inward foreign direct investment; the writer assesses the extent to which FDI has been important in the Chinese economic development looking at the benefits that FDI may help a country to realize and the way in which China has managed its’ own development. Sixteen sources are cited in the bibliography of this eleven page paper.

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