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FDI

Fédération Dentaire Internationale (International Dental Association).
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Lithuania was by the far the most successful country in the CEE region in terms of the number of new FDI projects relative to population size.
Also, the number of greenfield FDI projects from Lebanon accounted for 3.
Turkey remained the largest FDI recipient where inflows maintained almost the same level as the previous year, registering a slight two per cent decrease to $12 billion.
Much of the literature on FDI seeks to examine its impact on macroeconomic variables such as economic growth.
The easier the government makes it for investors to enter the market and the more opportunities it creates will undoubtedly help attract greater FDI flows," noted Gandier.
Sauvant said that it is the third year in a row that emerging markets attracted more than half of the world FDI inflows.
Four of the top five leading source countries for FDI during 2013 experienced a shift when compared to 2012, it said, adding while the UAE's position was unchanged, South Africa rose to third place from fifth and Israel fell two places.
The structure of mutual FDI in the region is formed, to a significant extent, by Russian investors.
The FDI flows to Kuwait were also estimated to have decreased last year to $2.
As it happens, historical FDI stock data is a much more important indicator of the state of international investment relations.
The net FDI has been adversely affected by the law and order situation in the country.
This study examines the variation in Indian inward FDI patterns, considering the impact of economic development and geographic location on the variation from both FDI home and host country perspectives.