Research Worldwide believes countries today that are dependant on foreign direct investment (FDI) to sustain economic lifeblood and contribute substantially to their gross capital formation, should remain as foreign investor friendly as possible.

It might be noted that for the most part, developing countries require FDI net inflows to contribute at least 10 percent toward their gross capital formation or gross domestic investment. Developed countries such as the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany, Japan, Canada, Finland, Spain, and the Netherlands see sizeable inflows and outflows of FDI as some 64,000 transnational corporations worldwide select where to invest globally for the best long term results.

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