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South-East Asia is one of the most resource-rich regions of the world, rich in fertile river valleys, forest resources, minerals and oil, and in seafaring and trading traditions. Those traditions and resources have, in recent decades, attracted large flows of foreign investment – both portfolio and foreign direct investment (FDI) – but have also facilitated the development of regional transnational firms linking the different economies in the region and beyond.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
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