Foreign Direct Investment (Fdi) And Trade - Substitutes And Complements? An Application To The Processed Food Industry
AbstractForeign direct investment (FDI) have become a more dominant form of international trade in a more globalized world. This paper investigates the question of whether FDI and trade are substitutes or complements. In the context of a generally applicable model, the focus is on the processed food industry.
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