Norwegian Foreign Direct Investment : Destination Singapore Inc.

Master thesis English OPEN
Hasli, Siri Hetle;
(2009)

The growth and spread of FDI during the 20th century has been described as a significant economic-geographic development. Norwegian FDI has been increasing since the 1980s, but the large scale of it is a new phenomenon. Singapore is now the third most important host cou... View more
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    SINGAPORE: HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT .............................................................................. 36

    Figure 2.1: Causal Model.............................................................................................. 25

    Figure 3.1: FDI Inflows: Global and by Group of Economies 1980-2007................... 29

    Figure 6.1: Norwegian FDI Stock in Singapore 1998-2006......................................... 54

    Figure 6.2: Norwegian FDI Stock in Singapore: Three Sectors ................................... 55

    Figure 6.3: Norwegian FDI Stock in Singapore: The Four Largest Sectors ................ 57

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