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How to improve the developmental impact of foreign direct investment: A review

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Peter, N. How to improve the developmental impact of foreign direct investment: A review. Rev World Econ 140, 525–533 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02665988

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Keywords

  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Host Country
  • Performance Requirement
  • Foreign Direct Investment Inflow
  • Outward Foreign Direct Investment