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Chinese outward foreign direct investment is expected to rise to US$150 billion per year by 2015, but a high proportion of attempted overseas investments fail, with most companies here still in their infancy in understanding foreign markets, formulating strategy, and executing plans for international expansion.
In terms of outward foreign direct investment, this dipped during the first half of the year.
Indian companies are increasingly going global and our outward foreign direct investment is growing.
Inward and outward foreign direct investments of all sizes are flooding the market.
In terms of outward foreign direct investment, Japanese companies have become keen to reexamine their China-plus strategies in light of the region's fast changing geopolitical and economic conditions.
Initially, outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) was mostly confined to manufacturing, chemical, paper and textile industries.
31) Hsiu-Ling Wu and Chien-Hsun Chen, "An Assessment of Outward Foreign Direct Investment from China's Transitional Economy", Europe-Asia Studies 53 (2001): 1235-54.
Though less analytical in nature, Li Zhaoxi's Chapter 3, "China's Outward Foreign Direct Investment," is meticulously researched and offers a detailed snapshot of China's outward foreign direct investment (FDI).