Foreign Investment, Debt and Economic Growth in Latin by Antonio Jorge, Jorge Salazar-Carrillo

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4, 1984. 4. C. Michael Abo and Jose Niinez del Arco, 'United States Investment in Latin America, 1966-1976: an Empirical Analysis of the Impact of the Andean Code (Decision 24)', mimeograph. 5 Foreign Investment and Unilateral Transfers Markos Mamalakis INTRODUCTION The relationship between foreign investment and unilateral transfers is a multifaceted one. 1 Unilateral resource transfers are a pernicious disease afflicting major segments of the society, economy and political system of the majority of Latin American countries.

27, No. 1, 1985, pp. 103-21. Williamson, J. : MIT Press, 1983). World Bank, World Development Report 1984 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1984). World Bank, Brazil, Financial Systems Review (Washington, DC: World Bank, 1984). 6 Default as a Negotiating Tactic in Debt Rescheduling Strategies of Developing Countries: A Preliminary Note Richard L. Bernal INTRODUCTION The last decade has witnessed the exponential escalation of the external debt of developing countries to alarming levels, which constitute a serious problem for the international financial system.

World Bank, Brazil, Financial Systems Review (Washington, DC: World Bank, 1984). 6 Default as a Negotiating Tactic in Debt Rescheduling Strategies of Developing Countries: A Preliminary Note Richard L. Bernal INTRODUCTION The last decade has witnessed the exponential escalation of the external debt of developing countries to alarming levels, which constitute a serious problem for the international financial system. During the 1980s there has been a sharp increase in the number of defaults by developing countries and rescheduling exercises, involving both private and official creditors.

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