المؤشرات الاقتصادية وثيقة الارتباط بالاستثمار الحالة المصرية قبل وبعد ثورة 25 يناير 2011
[The Global and Local Economic Indicators Strictly Correlated with the Investment Trend Egypt Case :Before and after 25th Jan Revolution]
AbstractAbstract The purpose of this paper is to highlight the global and local economic indicators strictly (tightly)correlated with the investment trend which has a great role in preparing the investment climate to achieve high rates of domestic and foreign investment (Egypt Case :Before and after 25th Jan Revolution). For example, many economic studies have showed a causal correlation between the investment and growth rates, i.e. on one side, improving the investment rates increases the growth rates and on the other side, increasing the growth rate may be considered as an importance factor in attracting more investments especially the foreign one. In addition, studies showed negative correlation between inflation and investment rate, i.e. decreasing the Inflation rates leads to increasing the investment rates as the inflation rate reflects the extent of economic stability and denotes the capability of the central bank of achieving this stability.
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Date of creation: 15 Jan 2013
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