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Mining and Metallurgy Engineering Bor
2019, br. 1-2, str. 31-40
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 10/10/2019
doi: 10.5937/mmeb1902031D
Comparative analysis of inflows and sectoral distribution of the foreign direct investments flows
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High Economic School Vocational Studies Pec in Leposavic



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Foreign direct investment is directly dependent on the economic and, therefore, the overall social progress in the world. The decrease or increase of foreign direct investment global flows result in a fall or increase in economic indicators that measure and reflect the economic trends and results of the global economy. Being one of the most important elements, if not the most important, in strengthening the world economy, the foreign direct investment plays a very important role in achievement the sustainable development goals that require investments into the basic infrastructure, energy, water supply, climate change alleviation, education, healthcare, as well as the production capacities in order to generate the new jobs and higher incomes. The aim of this study is to emphasise the significance of foreign direct investment flows, as well as to conduct a comparative analysis of sectoral distribution of these flows, since, depending on the sector, the foreign direct investments have different effects on the economic development of the host country.

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