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Making Foreign Direct Investment Work for Sub-Saharan Africa

March 19, 2014

Washington, DC

This new book presents a groundbreaking study that explores the question of spillovers from foreign direct investment (FDI), a vital issue for many developing countries. The research draws on detailed field research in eight countries (including five in Sub-Saharan Africa) and across three sectors: agribusiness, apparel, and mining. The book presents a summary of the results and discusses their implications for policy makers hoping to harness the power of FDI for better development.