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Nhan đề: On the Impacts of ODA on FDI: Does Composition of FDI Matter? Evidence from Asean Countries
Tác giả: Anh, Tu Thuy
Mai, Vu Thi Phuong
Từ khoá: FDI
Official Development Assistance
Foreign Direct Investment
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: SECO / WTI Academic Cooperation Project Working Paper Series 2012/09;Page 1 - 45
Tóm tắt: Majority of studies show that ForeignDirect Investment (FDI) can play a fundamental role by reinforcing the capacity of the recipient country and using opportunities given by a global economic integration. It is well-known that a good preparation in infrastructures, in human resources and in technology is necessary to attract FDI a given country. However, most of developing countries appear to have limited social and economic conditions, limited technology, and low quality of the human resources in comparison with the developed countries. To improve this situation, strong government expenditure is needed. In case that the government’s budget is not sufficient, outside financial resource allocation could be a good compensation. Obviously, this financing method brings an optimum resolution for the developing countries: use the Official Development Assistance (ODA) as a tool to promote FDI and economic growth, especially of developing countries.
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