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    How Can a Developing Country Increase Its’ Share of FDI?

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    A Reseach Proposal This 5 page paper is a research proposal to assess the way in which a country can increase the level of foreign direct investment that the country receives. The paper starts with a introduction, including aims and objectives and justification. The paper then presents a methodology for secondary and primary research. The proposal ends with the outline of the expected outputs of the project. The bibliography cites 4 sources.

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    1. Introduction Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is one way in which a developing country can develop its economy with the aid  of external investment, increasing the resources of the country at the same time as benefiting from knowledge transfer. Those countries that are able to attract a higher level of FDI  in numerical terms or measured in global terms have the greater potential and opportunity for rapid economic development. Unfortunately, developing countries have to compete with each other as investors seek  to maximize the potential return on their investment placing pressure ion the developing nations to make concessions and support the investment. 1.2 Aims and Objectives  The developing nations may want to look for ways in which they may be able to present a potential advantage in access of a comparative advantage in order  to increase their share of global FDI. The aim of this paper is to look at hoe a single country may be able to attract a higher percentage of the  global FDI. 1.3 Justification Foreign Direct Investment is often known colloquially as FDI. This is where there is an investment made directly  in a country by a foreign government, company or other organisation. By direct investment it means that money is used to create facilities in that country these may be manufacturing  facilities or assembly facilities, or some types of physical presence, usually developing a green field site. Those countries that already have high FDI shares have developed models that are attracting  the investors and as such they have an advantage facilitated by the experience as well as the existing infrastructure that former FDI has created or help to build. Therefore, those 

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