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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz Foreign Direct Investment Slide 6-1 What are the advantages of the FDI over other entry modes?
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz FDI vs. E xport, Licensing and S.A.s Vs. Exporting: Transportation costs Trade barriers Local production costs vs. costs abroad $ Returns Vs. Licensing Control (technology, market, sales) Strategic issues / Global coordination Returns Vs. Strategic Alliances Strategic issues (competition risk) Global coordination and control
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz Foreign Direct Investment Slide 6-1 What are the historical patterns the FDI? Developed VS. developing countries. Geographic approach.
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz FDI Global View: Current Inflow Patterns
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz Global FDI Inflows: top 20 host countries (Billions USD)
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz Global FDI Outflows: top 20 home countries (Billions USD)
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz FDI Global View: Top 10 Investors and Recipients (2010) Top 10 investors U$bln Top 10 recipients U$bln United States 329 United States 228 Germany 105 China 106 France 84 Hong Kong 69 Hong Kong 76 Belgium 62 China 68 Brazil 48 Switzerland 58 Germany 46 Japan 56 United Kingdom 46 Russia 52 Russia 41 Canada 39 Singapore 39 Belgium 38 France 34 Source: UNCTAD, World Investment Report 2011.
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz FDI Global View: Inflows - Developing Vs. Developed Countries FDI inflows, global and by group of economies, 1980–2010 (Billions of dollars) Source: UNCTAD, based on annex table I.1 and the FDI/TNC database (fdistatistics).
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz Top emerging market FDI recipients China, HK, Singapore, Mexico, Brazil, UAE, Poland, Czech Rep., Chile FDI and the “Emerging Markets”
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz FDI Inflows into emerging markets (per region) FDI inflows to developing and transition economies, by region, average of 2005– 2007 and 2008 to 2010 (Billions of dollars) Source: UNCTAD World Investment Report 2011
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz FDI and the “Emerging Markets:” BRIC – Difficulty of doing business BRIC = Brazil, Russia, India, China Ease of Doing Business US India Brazil China Russia Ease of Doing Business (Rank in 183) 4 133 129 89 120 Ease of Starting a New Business (rank) 8 169 126 151 106 # of Procedures 16 13 16 14 9 Time (days) 6 30 120 37 30 Cost (% per capita income) 1 66 7 5 3 Minimum Capital (%of per capita income) 0 210 0 131 2
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Copyright    Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz Patterns in FDI: Summary General growth in FDI (Flow & Stock) 10 times in last 10 years Changing philosophy Decreased regulation/increased treaties Incentives
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