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Trends in private investment in thirty developing countries / Guy Pfeffermann, Andrea Madarassy. 6) Includes bibliographical references. 6. 6'7314'091724dc20 89-22588 CIPbreak Page iii Contents Foreword v 1. Salient Points 1 Asia 2 Latin America and the Caribbean 3 Europe, Middle East and North Africa 3 Sub-Saharan Africa 3 2. Privatization and Private Investment 5 The Dimensions of Privatization, 1988-95 5 Privatization and FDI 6 Privatization and Investment Commitments 7 The Impact of Privatization on Private Investment 8 Who Invests More, SOEs or Private Firms?
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Public Investment by Developing Region (simple averages) Page 27 Sub - Saharan Africa Benin Central African Republic Côte d'Ivoire Kenya Malawi Mauritania Mauritius Namibia South Africa Togobreak Page 28 Page 29 Page 31 Latin America and the Caribbean Argentina Belize Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Dominican Republic Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Mexico Panama Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuelabreak Page 32 Page 33 Page 34 Page 35 Europe, Middle East, and North Africa Egypt Iran Morocco Poland Romania Slovenia Tunisia Turkeybreak Page 36 Page 37 Page 39 East Asia Indonesia Korea Malaysia Papua New Guinea Philippines Thailandbreak Page 40 Page 41 South Asia Bangladesh India Pakistanbreak Page 42 Page 43 Appendix 4 Privatization and Private Investment: Econometric Results To assess the impact of privatization on private fixed investment, this appendix presents an updated version of an economic model first formulated by Greene and Villanueva (1991).
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Trends in private investment in developing countries: statistics for 1970-95, Part 63 by Lawrence Bouton, Mariusz A. Sumlinski