What is horizotal foreign direct investments?
A measure of foreign ownership of productive assets, such as factories, mines and land. Increasing foreign investment can be used as one measure of growing economic globalization.
Horizontal foreign direct investments happen when a multinational company carries out a similar business operation in different nations.
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What have many economists determined are the results to an underdeveloped when direct foreign investments are directed to developing high technology products?
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The UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) determined that in 2011, Liberia had the greatest influx of money due to foreign direct investments, or FDI. The World Trade Organization also regulates trade between many countries. Both of these groups would be good places to start investigating FDI.
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Many factors can influence the increase of foreign direct investments in a country. Things include; Population (rural or urban areas) ; and education of people in a certain place, people with lack of education may be cheaper to hire and vise versa ; there are many other factors, i suggest you research on the internet or in books/libraries.
What was the result of direct foreign investments in the financial sectors of emerging economies in the 1990's?
The result of direct foriegn investments in the financial sectors of emerging economies in the 1990's was that the majority of banks in such countries were primarily owned by foreign institutions. As an example, the Demise of the Soviet Union brought on, in many Eastern European countries, the ownership of many banks ontrolled by foreign institutions. To a degree this had a negative affect on the publics view of their banking systems.
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