Research on FDI Inflows and Economy Development of Jilin Province China

Lina Lian, Yuxia Hu, Jing Xu

Abstract


There is little doubt that the phase-in FDI is fuelling much of the rapid economic leap of China. Business leaders, government officials and academics are focusing considerable attention on the concept of the contribution of FDI inflows to the economic advancement in the host country China particularly in the realm of GDP furor. They are inclined to assume it as a matter of course that FDI injection in Jilin province is definitely one of the stimulating forces to its economy development. This article address this question through the lens of economics as to whether the FDI inflows to Jilin province is in complete compliance with its economic development on a sustainable basis, and whether such money injections further facilitate their impacts transfusing at best. The author synthesizes that FDI may have not crowded out domestic investment, but have been a complementary relationship with domestic investment, which has partly exerted positive powers on economic growth of Jilin province.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/jms.v2n3p42

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Journal of Management and Strategy
ISSN 1923-3965 (Print)   ISSN 1923-3973 (Online)

 

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