• Economics
  • Published 1994

Trade-Related Investment Measures: U.S. Efforts to Shape a Pro-Business World Legal System

@inproceedings{DeLuca1994TradeRelatedIM,
  title={Trade-Related Investment Measures: U.S. Efforts to Shape a Pro-Business World Legal System},
  author={Dallas DeLuca},
  year={1994}
}
The United States transfers significant amounts of capital to both developed and developing states, through direct aid, government loans and business investment. Although money can bring benefits to the recipient, not all states are happy with what American money does in their countries, especially money from corporations, called foreign direct investment (FDI). During the 1960s French President Charles de Gaulle was the foremost critic of American foreign investment activities. The third world… CONTINUE READING