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Foreign direct investment: On the way to recovery

FDI has been an important contributor to growth in many Asia-Pacific economies, providing access to markets and technologies as well as constituting an important external source of financing. The establishment of global value chains (GVCs), which are typically led by transnational corporations (TNCs), was obviously one of the reasons for the booming inflows of FDI into Asia and the Pacific for the last two decades (ESCAP, 2009b).

Related Subject(s): International Trade and Finance
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