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Relevant industrial policies expected to affect inward FDI, for example, include promotion, targeting and image-building, financial and fiscal incentives, efficient administrative procedures and rules on ownership, encouraging development in key sectors, taxation, developing export platforms, training of employees, encouragement of research and development (R&D), performance requirements and interaction with research institutions and other firms. The macroeconomic policies affecting FDI inflow are labour market policies, development of financial markets, sound macroeconomic performance and prospects, trade policies and export promotion, competition policies, the availability of infrastructure and privatization opportunities.
Moreover, there is a continual wealth expansion without suffering the diminishing returns and real wage expansions that would quickly cool down a domestic investment boom. So the boom can continue until the country has itself become a major force in the world investment market.
The initiating post-First-World-War policy imposition The ideologically inspired ‘Versailles system’ imposed such inefficient rents upon the losing countries at the end of the First World War. While granting substantial autonomy and self-defence responsibilities to the defeated nations, the new hegemons imposed artificially low import tariffs upon them. The designers of the system employed economic ideology to rationalize it as beneficial to all countries despite the hegemon’s obviously redistributive terms-of-trade benefits from its external imposition of artificially low tariffs and the induced increase in the defence costs of the nowdependent nations.