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summarize the central themes/topics in each reading, outline theoretical frameworks presented, record your impressions of the reading, and list 2-3 questions that each reading raises.assignments will be double-spaced and 1 inch margin.MS Word 12 or similar size font, and Times New Roman or Ariel font style. Footnotes or end notes are required as well as a current bibliography
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Linda S. Goldberg Financial Sector FDI and Host Countries: New and Old Lessons• The financial sectors of many developing 1.Introductioncountries are being reshaped dramatically by n the 1990s, foreign direct investment (FDI) became the rise in foreign direct investment, or FDI. the largest single source of external finance for many I 1developing countries. Most discussions on the causes and ? The growth in financial sector FDI, in which effects of FDI have focused on flows into manufacturing and banks in industrialized countries establish real production sectors, where this type of investment has branches and facilities in emerging markets, traditionally been concentrated. More recently, however, FDI has drawn attention to the consequences of into the financial sector has soared, and the sector is being foreign ownership of banking resources.reshaped dramatically.Financial sector FDI, a relatively new phenomenon, ? An analysis of research on “real-side” FDI—typically takes the form of banks in industrialized countries investment into manufacturing and primary establishing branches and facilities in developing countries. resource industries—suggests that lessons in Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, bank entry into these industries also apply to the financial Central and Eastern Europe in the early 1990s led to foreign sectors of host countries.ownership in local banking systems; today, such ownership often exceeds 80 percent of local banking assets. In addition, ? Real-side and financial sector FDI can the liberalization of financial sectors in Latin America was heighten the host country’s integration into likely spurred in part by foreign direct investment, especially world business cycles through improved in countries facing potential competitive losses to Asian allocative efficiency, higher technology economies. Within Latin America, the financial crises of the transfer rates, and greater wages. In...

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The article talks about the kind of foreign direct investment that has gone into the
financial sector of developing countries since 1995 and the impact of the same. The research is a
study of selected literature and focus on methods which should be adopted to learn lesson from
the FDI investment in manufacturing sector. As per the convinced wisdom FDI in financial
sector of the country has a real time impact on the manufacturing side of the region. It is a direct
FDI to the other sector. This paper tries to
idge the gap of understanding between real side
investment and financial sector side investment....
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