Direct Inward Investments Micro- And Macroeconomic Symptoms Of The Economic Development
The purpose of this article is to present microeconomic and macroeconomic evidence of the economic development of the region resulting from capital inflows in the form of foreign direct investment. Foreign direct investments are a key form of capital flow, especially for countries in economic transition. If the value of capital inflow into the country is greater than the capital that the investment in the form of the leaves, then foreign direct investment in the short term to increase its capital stock. This is particularly important for countries which suffer from shortage of own capital, where foreign direct investment enterprises supplement inadequate resources.
Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
Issue (Month): 3 (November) ()
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