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|Other Titles: ||The study of European Union's foreign direct investment in Chile|
|Authors: ||劉怡萍;Liu, Yi-ping|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:50:09 (UTC+8)|
This study surveys the structural transition of the regional economy in Chile under the globalization tendency. The FDI status is used as the carrier for analyzing the globalization economic activities. The distribution of the FDI under different time series revealed how the global economic activities had influenced the spatial structure in Chile.
Foreign Direct Investment has increased sharply during 1990’s in 20th century as most countries began to realize Neoliberlism economic policies and adapted a serious of incentive policies to encourage FDI’s inflow. Moreover, many developing countries and transition economies started to lower the limitation for FDI to enter in the local industries, meanwhile the authorities also privatilized some industries and sectors which were protected previously.
Foreign direct investment, accompanying with the rising of multinational
enterprisers becomes the main power of economic development. For host country, it is not only the supplier of capital sources, but also the introducer of tangible or intangible assets such as technology, marketing strategies and methods ofmanagement, etc.The main purpose of this thesis is to analyze the characteristics of the structural change of FDI during these years in Chile, especially the role of FDI in sectoral dynamic change and in the process of being integrated into the international industrial order. In addition, it also analyzes how the multinational enterprises impact the Chile industrial structure and how to promote international competitiveness in the outward orientation strategy and how to increase employment opportunities to help the economic development in Chile.
Based on geopolitical and historical consideration, the EU’s external relation development presents a hierarchical characteristic.Since 1990s, because of the transition in global, regional and national conditions, EU begins to strengthen the political and economic relationship with LA. The main purpose for the EU stepping up the investment and trade with Chile lies in making itself in the favorable position in the competition with USA.
Convincingly, foreign direct investment flows into Chile has devoted to a significant contribution and influence. Following the billow of globalization
accelerated by more liberal market economy, should Chile continues to promote foreign investment inflows but concentrating intensively on high-tech industries, constantly to improve infrastructure, cease from the intermittent political disquiet, then Chile can be foreseen as an a vigorous stakeholder of emerging economy in the global village.
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