The global financial crisis that started in 2008 influenced the scale and intensity of economic cooperation and international capital flows in the form of FDI, including by tightening credit conditions or lower profits of enterprises that have weakened their investment capacity. That is why many companies, including large transnational corporations (KTN), canceled or suspended their projects. The years 2008–2011 were characterized by large turbulence on the world’s financial markets. They were seen both on a global scale and in different parts of the world. Many factors have contributed to the emergence of the global financial crisis, thus the problem and the genesis of the crisis is complex. The current financial crisis triggered an economic recession in most countries around the world. Current FDI perspectives are moderately positive in most regions. Developing economies are expected to grow at around 10 percent by the end of 2017.
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|Przepływy bezpośrednich inwestycji zagranicznych po kryzysie gospodarczym w 2008 r.||Aug 25, 2018|
Kundera, Jarosław Red.