Foreign Direct Investment in Russia: A Strategy for Industrial Recovery

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acquisitions and mergers 124, 126–30, 552–3
adaptability to global changes 477–8
advisory services 508–15
MESI project 527–8
advisory services department 542, 543
agency, FDI see FDI agency
agenda, FDI 545–7
agroindustry (China) 187
aid 80–3, 320–1
Akamatsu, K. 28, 30
All-India Association of Chambers of Commerce (ASSOCHAM) 208
annual production index 411see also industrial production
anti-trade FDI 30–1
apparel and textile industry (Russia) 298–9
Asia 10, 29, 83, 149, 344
East Asian economies 148–9, 167
inward FDI to emerging economies 98–100
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 63
Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) 48–9, 63, 99–100
Austria 448
automatic approval (India) 209–10, 233–6
automotive industry
China 185
Russia 295–6
bank consortiums 517–20
banks 75–6, 517
top Russian banks 517–19
bargaining power theory 21, 22
beverages and food industry see food and beverages industry
bilateral agreements
India 219–22
Russia 63
bilateral investment commissions 535–6
biotechnologies, market potential for 73
Brazil 7, 10, 365–6, 374, 456see also large emerging markets
Buckley, P. J. 27
budget deficit
India 230, 231
Mexico 257, 258
Russia 279, 280
building/construction industry
China 186–7
Russia 299–301
Business Development Cell of Indian Embassy 230
Cabinet Committee on Foreign Investment (CCFI) (India) 213
California 498, 513
Enterprise Zone Programme 490
Canada 242, 255, 259–60, 448–9
capacity utilization levels 286–91
capital
flight 258
international movements of 74–6
requirements 317–21
capital markets, domestic 520–1
Cardenas, President (Mexico) 244
case-by-case approval (India) 210–11
'cash cow' industries 384, 385, 386
Casson, M. 27
catalogue of industries for guidance of foreign investment (China) 170, 190–3
'catching-up cycle' paradigm 22, 28–31, 44
Central Black Earth Economic Area (Russia) 399
Central Economic Area (Russia) 306, 398
Central and Eastern European countries 4, 7, 10, 20, 29–30, 83, 344, 372
economic liberalization and deregulation 53–4
inward FDI 93, 100–5
sectoral distribution of FDI 107–9

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