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[fjacilitate greater flows of foreign direct investment so as to support sus-
tainable development activities, including the development of infrastruc
ture, of developing countries, and enhance the benefits that developing
countries can draw from foreign investment, with particular actions to:
|a.||Create the necessary domestic and international conditions to facilitate significant increases in flows of [foreign direct investment] to developing countries…|
|b.||Encourage foreign direct investment in developing countries and countries with economies in transition through export credits that could be instrumental to sustainable development.1|
1 Para. 78.
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Publication information: Book title: Principles of International Environmental Law. Edition: 2nd. Contributors: Philippe Sands - Author. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Place of publication: Cambridge, England. Publication year: 2003. Page number: 1056.
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