In recent years, with the dramatic increase in Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investment (OFDI), the topic on how political risk in host countries influences the locational choices of Chinese multinational enterprises (MNEs) has drawn the attention of many scholars. In this paper, I investigate the political risk distribution (PRD) ...
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... a vast majority of 268 million (63%, two-thirds) will be in the cities. So out of the needed creation of 20 million new African jobs per year, at least two-thirds, or 14 million jobs per year, must be city-jobs. Multiply the 14 million jobs with the investment needed per city-job, and Africa needs a very high billion-investment - every year. On top comes more billions needed for a big increase in Africa's capacity for primary, secondary and tertiary education. As things develop (war, climate, desaster ...
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... in Hong Kong to support Russian companies seeking to list there. The signing of the MMoU removes a major barrier to a series of high profile Russian IPOs in China, likely with Beijing’s blessing. In his opening speech at the Sochi International Investment Forum in September 2014, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev encouraged Russian businesses to look at the challenges they face as an opportunity. To adapt to the massive changes to the world economy in recent decades by looking east. To ...
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