- To offer a global vision of the Foreign direct investment.
- To understand
the role of UNCTAD.
- To learn the different strategies to follow in order to establish a company
- To analyze FDI flows in emerging markets
Foreign direct investment (FDI) exposes the goal of obtaining a
long-term interest by a company in a foreign company of other country. The
Foreign Direct Investor has participation in the management of the business.
Direct investment (FDI) refers to the initial transaction for the mergers and
and share capital increases.
The OECD (Economic cooperation and Development) recommends that a foreign direct investment
company be defined as "an
incorporated (or unincorporated) company in which a foreign direct investor owns
10% or more of the shares (or voting power).
Example of the course Foreign direct investment FDI:
OECD (Economic cooperation and Development) analyses
global statistics on Foreign Direct investment. The OECD (Economic cooperation
and Development) Guidelines for Multinational companies are suggestions addressed by
governments to multinational companies.
The Agreement on Trade Related Investment Measures ("TRIMs Agreement"), one
of the Multilateral agreements on trade in products, forbids
international trade related FDI measures (local content
The mission of the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)
(World Bank Group) is to promote Foreign direct investment (FDI) into developing countries to help support economic growth, reduce poverty and improve lives
Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Mexico: