Capital Market Regulation in Developing Countries: A Proposal
Virginia Journal of International Law, Forthcoming
Posted: 16 Nov 2012
Date Written: 1999
The flow of capital to developing countries is important to the welfare of billions of people, and a lack of capital continues to be one of the major obstacles to development around the world. Development countries, aware of the importance of capital, are eager to attract this sort of investment from international markets. This article considers how developing countries can make portfolio investment in their country more attractive to both local and foreign investors.
Keywords: international law
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