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What is foreign investment? can some explain international investment theory to me? I am a 10 th grader
I have to do a report and explain foreign investment and international investment theory in a paper where do I start? Please help

Foreign investment is simply investing in some business or business activity that takes place outside of the U.S.

Im not aware of any specific theory for international investment. However, international investment does have issues that are not present in domestic investments. For example, foreign currency exchange rates is one such issue. Other issues include foreign regulatory authorities, foreign taxation rules, and alternative forms of ownership.

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