Foreign Direct Investment
International Finance Corporation
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IFC Lessons of Experience Series No. 5.
The project experience accumulated by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) provides a basis for analyzing the way in which the investment framework has changed over time in developing countries and the implications for the success and efficiency of foreign direct investment (FDI) ventures. This report discusses the growth of FDI in the world economy and its role in emerging markets, describes the role of IFC in providing policy advice related to FDI (and the IFC?s experience as an investor alongside FDI in developing countries), and draws lessons for how to structure FDI projects and policies to attract such investments.
Annexes present and describe global FDI flows, FDI projects involving IFC investment and FIAS advisory assignments, and FDI projects examined in preparing this study.
Also available: French (0-8213-4212-6) Stock No. 14212; Spanish (0-8213-4213-4) Stock No. 14213.
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