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Tuesday, February 27, 2007 

FDI in Focus

If Foreign and Direct Investment (FDI) can be described as an integral component for effective international economic system, yet some questions are still pending regarding the distributional effects of this mechanism, and its sectoral and local impacts among others.

In a nutshell for host countries (developing nations), the pre-requisites for development effectiveness invite the establishment of transparent and enabling policy guidelines to strengthen investments.
And in a new book released by CGD non-resident fellow, Theodore Moran the arguments deconstruct what make FDI Work, in terms of policy environments to counter the effects of corruption, and strengthen local capacity to monitor expenditures between foreign companies and host governments.

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