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Outward FDI from and intraregional FDI in ASEAN : trends and drivers

By Daisuke Hiratsuka

Abstract

Developing-country transnational corporations (TNCs) are increasing in importance in the global economy. Outward FDI from developing countries is a proxy indicator to measure how much of an important role enterprises of developing countries have played in the world market and how they benefit from globalization where border barriers are reduced. This study finds that ASEAN enterprises have extended their business activities within ASEAN, East Asia, and then to the world, as both regional and global players

Topics: Economic integration, International economic integration, FDI, Southeast Asia, Foreign investments, ASEAN, 経済統合, 東南アジア, 国際投資, アセアン, 338.92, 333.7, AH Southeast Asia 東南アジア, F15 - Economic Integration, F23 - Multinational Firms; International Business, O53 - Asia including Middle East, 332.46, 330.2
Publisher: 日本貿易振興機構アジア経済研究所
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:ir:2344/233

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