This chapter deals with the principal techniques used by host states to control the entry and establishment of foreign direct investment. These techniques represent policy responses that seek to preserve national economic independence against possible threats from the activities of foreign investors. They range, at one extreme, from the complete exclusion of foreign investors to techniques of controlled access to the host state's economy. In the next chapter techniques for the encouragement of foreign direct investment will be considered both at the level of the...
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