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Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean 2013

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In addition to analyzing the global evolution of foreign direct investment flows, the 2013 edition of The Foreign and Direct Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean details the amounts received by Latin American and Caribbean countries in 2013 and presents a regional forecast for 2014. It includes an analysis of the patterns in the origin and destination of these investments. The sixteenth edition of this report also looks in depth at the effects of foreign direct investment on employment in Latin America and the Caribbean and at the situation of Latin American transnational companies, known as translatinas.

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Effects of foreign direct investment on employment in Latin America and the Caribbean

The discussion over the relationship between employment and foreign direct investment (FDI) forms part of the debate on how FDI affects the region’s economic development. Employment is a dimension that derives from output, and therefore its dynamics and characteristics are subject to production trends and technological developments in the economy, and to the institutional frameworks in which these trends and developments take shape.

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