The Role Of International Movements of Private Capital in Promoting Development
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Capital is transferred from savers to investors through different institutional channels and instruments that have different natures and perform different functions.1 For this reason, a distinction is made in this paper between the different channels through which the international movements of private capital usually flow. A separate treatment is given to each.
KeywordsForeign Investment Direct Investment Bank Loan International Movement Financial Transaction
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