By Lou Anne A. Barclay, Alan Rugman
The Caribbean international locations of Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad-Tobago characterize first-class examples of the more and more vital function performed via international Direct funding (FDI) in much less constructed, micro-economies. The elevated dependence of those international locations on FDI, although, calls into query the recognition of the company surroundings of the zone to the international investor. This quantity examines either the funding behaviour and company innovations working in those 3 international locations, and assesses the criteria which impression the motivations, place offerings and marketplace access mode of multinationals making investments within the Caribbean.
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