Issues of Japanese Affiliates in Chinese Economy
Foreign direct investment (FDI) significantly contributes to the development of developing countries. It facilitates the transfer of new production technology, creates employment opportunities and strengthens the competitiveness of industries in host countries. Low-cost production resources and new markets give incentives to multinational enterprises (MNEs) to invest in developing countries.
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