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Foreign Direct Investment Concepts: Implications for Negotiations

Free trade agreements and bilateral investment treaties make privileges for and treatment of foreign direct investors legally binding. However, apart from the concerns of being able to capture the "real" fi nancial and economic contribution of foreign direct investment infl ows, developing country governments promoting such investment need to be aware that FDI defi nitions are also about protecting the "rights" of the so-defi ned investors in the host country. Keeping this in mind, the article analyses India's current FDI policy.

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