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Study on the Influence of International Terrorism on China’s Foreign Direct Investment

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105972, PP. 1-7

Subject Areas: Political Economy, Business Finance and Investment

Keywords: Foreign Direct Investment (OFDI), International Terrorism, Countermeasure

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In recent years, there have been frequent international terrorist activities. Needless to say, this presents a great security risk to China’s foreign direct investment. This paper explains the current situation of global terrorist ac-tivities and China’s foreign direct investment, analyzes the harm of terrorist activities to foreign direct investment, and then proposes response measures from the government and enterprise levels.

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Zhang, X. (2019). Study on the Influence of International Terrorism on China’s Foreign Direct Investment. Open Access Library Journal, 6, e5972. doi:


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