Quality FDI and Supply-Chains in Manufacturing: Overcoming Obstacles and Supporting Development

@inproceedings{Moran2016QualityFA,
  title={Quality FDI and Supply-Chains in Manufacturing: Overcoming Obstacles and Supporting Development},
  author={Theodore H. Moran and Holger G{\"o}rg and Adnan {\vS}eri{\'c}},
  year={2016}
}
This paper aims to identify the obstacles to attracting "quality" foreign direct investment (FDI) in middle-skill manufacturing activities, so as to inform an action-agenda for policies that will help developing and emerging market economies to link into global supply chains while building backward linkages deep into their own economies. The evidence reviewed here shows positive benefits from external advice and support in creating supplier data-bases, setting up qualification and certification… CONTINUE READING

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