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Financial Sector FDI and Host Countries; New and Old Lessons: A Reprint from “Economic Policy Review”
Linda S. Goldberg (au)
Foreign direct invest. (FDI) into the financial sectors of emerging economies soared during the 1990s, leaving many countries with banking sectors owned primarily by foreign institutions. While the implications of FDI into emerging markets are well documented, less clearly understood is how the host countries are affected by financial sector FDI. Many lessons learned from work on FDI into manufacturing & primary resource industries apply directly to host-country financial sectors. Financial sector FDI into emerging markets generally has positive effects on the host countries. In banking & finance specifically, financial sector FDI can potentially strengthen institutional development through improvements to regulation & supervision. Charts & tables.
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