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Foreign direct investment takes place when a company of one country enters the domestic market of another country. Under this, a foreign company makes an investment into another country.
There can be many methods of doing foreign direct investment such as by acquiring shares in an associated company, through merger & acquisition, etc.
This research study is undertaken to find out whether foreign direct investments provides benefits to the host economies or not. It identifies the impact of FDI on the Asian economies. For that purpose, primary data can be collected from different industry experts from various economies of Asia.
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