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29/04/2019- Los flujos de IED hacia los principales países de Latinoamérica y Caribe (LAC) experimentaron en 2018 una caída menor que en el mundo y que en la OCDE, de 6%, a USD 137 billones. Este fue el segundo nivel más bajo desde 2009, en el peor momento de la crisis.
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29/04/2019 - FDI flows to major Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries fell less than at the global and OECD levels in 2018, by 6% to USD 137 billion. This was the second-lowest level recorded since 2009, at the height of the financial crisis.
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29/04/2019 – In 2018, global FDI flows decreased by 27% compared to 2017, to USD 1 097 billion. This represents 1.3% of global GDP, the lowest level since 1999. The drop was largely due to the 2017 US tax reform which prompted US parent companies to repatriate large amounts of earnings held at foreign affiliates.
25/04/2019-Global value chains (GVCs) have sharpened the interdependencies between trade and foreign direct investment (FDI). Using a novel micro-level dataset covering about 27 000 corporate relationships of 147 multinational enterprises (MNEs) in 13 sectors, new evidence is provided on how firms organise their production globally by combining trade with investment, and on a range of non-equity, contract-based partnerships.
The OECD Guidance is global in scope, applies to all mineral supply chains, and is part of the OECD’s broader agenda on responsible business conduct, guided by the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and supported by governments through the National Contact Point (NCP) mechanism. The increased uptake and political attention to these instruments are producing important results.
The Addis Ababa Action Agenda recognises domestic and international private business as critical for the achievement of the SDGs. The OECD advises governments and business on actions they can take to ensure that these and other important development benefits of private business investment are fully realised.
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This paper synthesises research on business investment, the Sustainable Development Goals, and recent investment trends in developing countries. It is a contribution to the OECD initiative on the Global Outlook on Financing for Sustainable Development.