Direct Investment

Some articles on direct investment, investment:

Multinational Companies - Strategies
... Corporations may make a foreign direct investment ... Foreign direct investment is direct investment into one country by a company in production located in another country either by buying a company in the ...
Tourism In Iran - Infrastructure and The Economy - Organization of Cultural Heritage and Tourism
... See also Foreign Direct Investment in Iran and Labor and tax laws in Iran Iran's Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization is responsible for the establishment ... Investment in Iran's free trade zones are exempt from taxes for up to 20 years ... Iran's '20-Year Vision' document projects investment of over $32 billion in the country's tourism sector and tragets 20 million tourists by 2025 ...
Agreement On Trade Related Investment Measures - Overview of Rules - (1) Trade-Related Investment Measures
... In the late 1980s, there was a significant increase in foreign direct investment throughout the world ... some of the countries receiving foreign investment imposed numerous restrictions on that investment designed to protect and foster domestic industries, and to ... Some of these investment measures distort trade in violation of GATT Article III and XI, and are therefore prohibited ...
Economic Relations Of Japan - Relations By Region - Latin America
... the population, Brazil appeared to Japanese business to offer great opportunities for trade and investment ... Despite this relative decline in trade, Japan's direct investment in the region continued to grow quickly, reaching US$31.6 billion in 1988, or 16.9 percent of Japan's total foreign ... However, over US$11 billion of this investment was in Panama—mainly for Panamanian-flag shipping, which does not represent true investment in the country ...

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