foreign direct investment

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investing in United States businesses by foreign citizens (often involves stock ownership of the business)

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a joint venture between a foreign company and a United States company

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Financial and insurance activity is the third largest contributor to the direct foreign investments in the emirate by 15.
The government managed to attract direct foreign investments worth $3.
The Philippines has been ranked high in the World Economic Forum's 2013-2014 Global Competitiveness Report, Aquino said, adding that major credit rating agencies have also upgraded their ranking of the Philippines for direct foreign investment.
By direct foreign investments in Armenia, France holds the second position after Russia but the first position
5, 2012 (CENS)--To speed up direct foreign investments in Taiwan, the Executive Yuan (the Cabinet) will screen at its regular meeting on Thursday (Nov.
As per the reports, direct foreign investments in industrial sector of Turkey have reached $2.
Releasing a written statement on Monday, Caglayan said that Turkey continued to be an attraction center for investors despite many problems in the world, adding that direct foreign investments in Turkey increased 74 percent from 9 billion USD in 2010 to 15.
Head of Iran's Organization for Investment and Economic and Technical Assistance Behrouz Alishiri said Iran has beaten a historical record in attracting direct foreign investments.
Minister said that the Government was willing to allocate dedicated islands for Pakistani Investors, where they could have all the advantages of the direct foreign investments.
The aim is to convey "the new image of Tunisia" as "a site to host and develop direct foreign investments.
The direct foreign investments wereestimated at USD 1,4 billion in 2009, recording 17 % growth rate, compared to USD 1,2 billion in 2007.
Latin American and Caribbean nations accounted for only 10 percent of the direct foreign investments in the region.
Summary: Deputy Managing-Director Murilo Portugal said, on Friday in Tunis, that Tunisia in spite of the world crisis, managed to bring down its public debt and doubtful debts, to increase its currency reserves and the volume of direct foreign investments (DFIs).
The crisis has not spared direct foreign investments worldwide, which recorded a drop of 22% in 2008 and were expected to fall further in 2009.
The great unemployment, the new tax burdens and the absence of direct foreign investments does not project a good future.
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