Summary and Conclusions



This book has examined various facets of FDI inflows in the developing economies of China, India and the Caribbean. Two of these are large economies by any definition and the third is a collection of many small economies and together, they provide a perspective as well as a contrast unmatched by any other similar collection. Interestingly, the FDI inflows in these economies have witnessed significant increases despite all the wheezing about the declining trend in global FDI inflows in recent time. These regions are today identified as uniquely favoured and have the potential to be prosperous due to the inflows of foreign capital.


North American Free Trade Agreement Free Trade Area Psychic Distance Foreign Capital Inflow Extended Neighbourhood 
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© Arindam Banik and Pradip K. Bhaumik 2006

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