microeconomics

What is Foreign Private Investment?

Select one:
a. When western economies buy goods from less developed countries
b. When foreign companies invest in other countries’ economies by building factories or making loan to the country’s government
c. When Americans buy foreign stocks
d. When western economies sell good to less developed countries

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