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  • Anforme What Economics Effects may result from an Increase in Foreign Direct Investment into an Economy?

Anforme What Economics Effects may result from an Increase in Foreign Direct Investment into an Economy?

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Marwan Mikdadi, Head of Economics & Politics, St Paul’s School and former Principal Examiner, reviews the benefits and costs of foreign capital inflows.

Summary of Key Points:

  • FDI is both building a new factory or office as well as buying an existing company.
  • UK has been a leading recipient of FDI in recent years.
  • Global FDI flows have fallen since 2008 because of the credit crunch
    and global recession.
  • FDI can increase GDP, employment, tax revenue, aggregate demand and economic growth as well as contributing to the level of exports.
  • On the downside FDI can also result in inflation, increased competition which drives out domestic business and cost the economy large amounts in tax breaks to encourage firms to invest as well as exploit the local workforce and environment.

This article was in ET Volume 17 Issue 4.

Marwan Mikdadi, Head of Economics & Politics, St Paul’s School and former Principal Examiner, reviews the benefits and costs of foreign capital inflows.

Summary of Key Points:

  • FDI is both building a new factory or office as well as buying an existing company.
  • UK has been a leading recipient of FDI in recent years.
  • Global FDI flows have fallen since 2008 because of the credit crunch
    and global recession.
  • FDI can increase GDP, employment, tax revenue, aggregate demand and economic growth as well as contributing to the level of exports.
  • On the downside FDI can also result in inflation, increased competition which drives out domestic business and cost the economy large amounts in tax breaks to encourage firms to invest as well as exploit the local workforce and environment.

This article was in ET Volume 17 Issue 4.

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