The Changing Face Of Investment Power

Once upon a time, global foreign direct investment flowed from only a few sources: the traditionally wealthy states of Europe, North America, and Japan. But cross-border investment from countries such as Brazil, India, and China is now flowing not just to other emerging and transitional economies, but also to the “old” FDI-exporting states. These changes have increased the complexity of the international investment regime, and should broaden interest in developing a more effective investment-protection framework.

Read Here – Project Syndicate

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