Reducing the Barriers to Private Foreign Investment in Underdeveloped Countries

by Leonard Doyle



Discusses how underdeveloped countries can attract private foreign capital without running the risk of economic colonialism. Implication of the scarcity of capital and managerial talent; Importance of the issue of foreign control and domination for large-scale enterprises; Benefit of the partnership between Indonesia and foreign private capital.

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