Exploring the Outflow of FDI from the Developing Economies: Case Studies from China, India and South Africa
IERI Working Paper 2010-007
Whenever people think of FDI flows, the traditional assumption is that the investment flows from MNCs in the developed economies to either other developed economies and/or to the developing world. Now, a new trend has emerged owing to the process of globalisation. That is, FDI from the emerging and developing economies such as China, India, South Africa and Brazil is flowing to both developed and developing economies.
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