Foreign Direct Investment For Local Government: Materials And Cases
Judul : Foreign Direct Investment For Local Government: Materials And Cases
Penulis : Surya Oktaviandra
Sinopsis Buku :
Investment agreements agreed by the government and other countries can take the form of agreements that specifically regulate investment such as the Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT), and the ASEAN Comprehensive Economic Agreement (ACIA). On the other hand, investment agreements can arise as part of a broader trade or economic agreement in which the investment sector is an integral part of it. Examples of this form in the bilateral order are the IA CEPA (Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement) and IK CEPA (Indonesia-Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement) agreements. Meanwhile, in the regional scope, comprehensive trade agreements are exemplified in forms such as RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership) involving various countries in the world, especially in ASEAN and east Asian countries. The basis of the government is given such authority to make various international agreements in the field of foreign investment to contribute to achieving mutual cleanness in using investment instruments as an effort to achieve mutual benefits, especially the government and investment recipient countries.
 View the history of investment objectives inside Norton Reamer, Jesse Downing. 2016. Investment: A History. New York: Columbia University Press. See also Theodore H. Moran. 2006. Harnessing Foreign Direct Investment for Development Policies for Developed and Developing Countries. Wahington: Centre for Global Development. p. 6-9. Cung, Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic Growth in Vietnam, vol. 10, p. 92. See also Şenalp, “Foreign Direct Investment, Economic Growth and Economic Freedom: A Literature Survey.” See Bakari, Tiba, and Fakraoui, “DOES DOMESTIC INVESTMENT CONTRIBUTE TO ECONOMIC GROWTH IN URUGUAY? WHAT DID THE EMPIRICAL FACTS SAY?”
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