foreign direct investment

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Noun1.foreign direct investment - investing in United States businesses by foreign citizens (often involves stock ownership of the business)
investing, investment - the act of investing; laying out money or capital in an enterprise with the expectation of profit
2.foreign direct investment - a joint venture between a foreign company and a United States company
joint venture - a venture by a partnership or conglomerate designed to share risk or expertise; "a joint venture between the film companies to produce TV shows"
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It was one of his eccentricities, however,--and not altogether a folly, neither,--to conceal the amount of his property by making distant and foreign investments, perhaps under other names than his own, and by various means, familiar enough to capitalists, but unnecessary here to be specified.
The latest PSA data showed that foreign investments approved by the country's seven investment promotion agencies (IPAs) last year declined from P219 billion in 2016.
TAP) - The flow of foreign investments edged up by 12.
According to the sectoral distribution of foreign investments, the industry sector is now in the first place with an investment amount of 739.
Sherrod Brown (D-OH) joined Toledo workers to discuss his bipartisan legislation to ensure foreign investments dont harm American jobs.
Foreign investments in bulk of the sectors are allowed under the automatic route.
Summary: Foreign investments into Qatar grew by a robust 11% yoy to QAR 537.
Finally, these numbers are for foreign investments that the government has approved.
He added that the new foreign investment law will provide a conducive environment for investment and will make the Sultanate more attractive for local and foreign investments.
com)-- The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, announced today that it has scheduled a live webcast entitled: Foreign Investments in China: Trends and What Lies Ahead in the Light of the New Foreign Investment Catalogue.
In contrast, a free economic zone in Munmak, Gangwon Province, has attracted only two foreign investments since its opening in 2013.
The effects of subsidizing foreign investments are more than positive not just now but also in the long run and in relation to the entire economic growth, said Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Pesevski.

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