Complements or Substitutes? New Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Evidence on the Imports and FDI Relationship
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KeywordsCentral & Eastern European Countries (CEEC); Investment Development Path (IDP); inward Foreign Direct Investment (FDI); imports;
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