Attracting Foreign Investment

New Trends, Sources and Policies

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The book is mainly intended for national and regional educational administrators. However, much of the discussion (e.g. on strategies for multigrade teaching) will also prove useful at the school level.




In the 1980s and 1990s, there was a major surge in foreign direct investment to the developing world and a rapid liberalisation of trade and investment policies in individual developing economies. This expansion of foreign investment has been driven by traditional developed country multinationals as well as new sources like developing country multinational enterprises, small and medium enterprises, newly privatised public enterprises and a variety of other contractual forms. Each of these forms provides new opportunities for developing countries to acquire capital technology, management expertise, and marketing access.


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