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Zagraniczne inwestycje bezpośrednie jako czynnik wzrostu znaczenia Indii w gospodarce światowej

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Foreign Direct Investment as a Factor of Growing Importance of India in the World Economy
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This paper analyses the importance of the foreign direct investment in India's economic development. The results show that FDI has been positively associated with increase of total fixed asset investment and GDP growth. India's exports had grown rapidly since the late 1990's, mainly in the form of commercial services. Increases in foreigninvested enterprises not only augment India's export volumes, but also upgrade its structure.
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