Few issues in development raise as much heat as the impact of
transnational corporations (TNCs) on the South. However, the exact
nature of the relationship between foreign direct investment and
development remains unclear both conceptually and empirically. The
contributors to this edited volume offer a wide-reaching
exploration of these links through a series of case studies from
Africa, Asia, Latin America and Central Europe. The book also
focuses on the role of 'new players' such as Chinese, Indian and
South African TNCs.
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