- Foreign Direct Investment in the U.S. by Selected Countries and Territories. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p125
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- Foreign investment boom. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;May95, p11
Reports on the total foreign investments approved in Indonesia as of May 1995.
- Foreign investment up. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;Jun95, p10
Reports on the 30% increase in actual used foreign investments in China in 1994.
- Foreign investment down. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;Jun95, p12
Reports on the 9% decline in actual direct foreign investment in the Philippines, compared with the same period in 1993.
- Indonesia's foreign investment approvals surge. // Asian Business Review;Jun95, p16
Reports on the increase in Indonesian foreign investment approvals in the first four months of 1995.
- Taiwan foreign investment approvals soar. // Asian Business Review;Jun95, p16
Reports on the 47% rise in foreign investment applications approved by Taiwan between January and April 1995, as compared with the same period in 1994.
- The race for foreign investment. Purnell, Leigh // Asian Business Review;Dec96, p96
Discusses the responses of various governments in Asia on the increasing global competition for foreign investments. Dependence of economic growth on the level of investment; Pressures and challenges posed by the increasing globalization of economies; Attractiveness of Australia as a destination...
- The mortgaged continent. Shepherd, Anne // Africa Report;Jul/Aug92, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p68
Discusses the debt of Sub-Saharan Africa and offers some possible avenues Western creditors may consider to help these countries stay afloat without losing their investment. Debt was $272 billion in 1990, 112 percent of the gross domestic product; Concessional debt owed by the poorest countries...
- Waiting for investment. Shepherd, Anne // Africa Report;Nov/Dec93, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p17
Reports on the viability of foreign investment in South Africa. Dependence of arrangements with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB) on free elections; Federal sanctions in the United States; Statistics on foreign business enterprises in South Africa; Advantages of South...
- Foreign investment in socialist Cuba: Significance and prospects. Perez-Lopez, Jorge F. // Studies in Comparative International Development;Winter96/97, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p3
Discusses the economic significance of foreign investment in socialist Cuba, from the point of view of the country's financial needs, and the issues which have a bearing on the further growth of foreign investment in the country. Legislation approved by Cuba's Council to authorize foreign...