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Found 10 records similar to Canadian direct investment in developing countries: a descriptive analysis
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) released its January Global Investment Trends Monitor report providing preliminary estimates for inward foreign direct investment (FDI) flows in 2020. This summary compares these annual results with those of the first half of 2020 from UNCTAD’s October release.
This paper explores the volatility of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows coming into Canada, and how some increases which may seem extremely significant, such as the 64% growth in flows from 2017 to 2018, can be misinterpreted without proper context and a broader, historical view of FDI flows.
2019: This report provides a comprehensive summary of the main developments in Canada’s commercial activities during the previous year. It describes the events that took place in the global economy and trade in 2018, the main developments in Canada’s economy and those of its most important partner economies and regions. It reports the developments in Canada’s trade in goods and services, as well as flows and stocks of foreign direct investment and Canadian direct investment abroad. 2020: This report gives Canadians a snapshot of our economic activities in 2019 while recognizing the unprecedented global uncertainty of 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
List of organisations that received financing in 2017-2018 under the sub-program "Regional investment" and the total amount of direct foreign investment maintained in or attracted to the region most recently published.
Foreign direct investment in Canada by ultimate investor. The series on inward foreign direct investment in Canada by ultimate investor differs from the standard presentation of FDI, which is based on the country of residence of the immediate direct investor, by showing the country of the investor that ultimately controls the investment in Canada.
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Dates of Invest Nova Scotia Board meetings from the date of the Invest Nova Scotia launch.
The First Nations Infrastructure Investment Plan (FNIIP) is developed annually by Indian & Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) in partnership with First Nations to strategically plan investments in the short and medium term to support an economically stable future for First Nations in Canada. Provides an overview of investments being planned in line with the FNIIP through the Capital Facilities & Maintenance Program. It includes priority investment areas, provides a rationale to how the FNIIP is developed and outlines details of specific eligible projects for investment.
The number of Invest Nova Scotia applications received, declined, and approved.
Annual data on direct investment positions. Values for Canadian direct investment abroad and foreign direct investment in Canada are presented by country.