Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea and Turkey: Investment Climates

Andres Salazar (Editor)

Series: Global Political Studies
BISAC: BUS020000

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An important component of economic statecraft, investment climate statements provide U.S. firms with country-specific information and assessments prepared by posts abroad on investment laws, measures, and other factors that may be useful in making business decisions. This book presents the Investment Climate Statements of Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, and Turkey; which help identify the barriers and market distortions that too often deter U.S. investment, provide U.S. investors with the information they need to better assess business risks, and serve as a basis for engaging foreign governments on modernizing investment regimes. (Imprint: Novinka )

Preface

2013 Investment Climate Statement: Mexico
(Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs)

2013 Investment Climate Statement: Indonesia
(Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs)

2013 Investment Climate Statement: Republic of Korea (official name of South Korea)
(Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs)

2013 Investment Climate Statement: Turkey
(Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs)

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