This publication contains papers and proceedings presented at the regional meeting on foreign direct investment in the central Asian region, held in April 2003 under the UN Development Account project: qCapacity-building of ESCAP members states for managing globalizationq. It includes five country studies on the investment climate in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.Owing to the National Bank of Kazakhstana#39;s (NBK) reform-minded policies leading to consolidation and privatization of the banking sector, the quality of banking sector ... However, foreign investors find the margins taken by local banks and the security required for credit to be very burdensome. lt is usually cheaper and simpler for them to use retained earnings or borrow them from their home country.
|Title||:||Foreign Direct Investment in Central Asian and Caucasian Economies|
|Author||:||United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific|
|Publisher||:||United Nations Publications - 2003-01-01|