Disadvantages Of Foreign Direct Investment

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Foreign direct investment (FDI) means to participation by a one country into another country. In case of Pakistan when other countries invest in many sectors like agriculture,mining,food,sugar,textile…etc. This normally include participation in management, joint-venture, transfer of technology and expertise. Two main types of FDI are used: inward foreign direct investment and outward foreign direct investment, and resulting in a net FDI (positive or negative) inflow. Foreign direct investment (FDI) include foreign ownership of productive assets, such as textile factories, mines and land. Due to increasing foreign investment one country can compete an international level and hence FDI is a important measure of increasing globalization. Any shape of Investment brings a progressive outcome in an economy, May on national level or international level. Now a day’s foreign direct investment (FDI) is very important part of international economics. IN case of Pakistan where markets and economy are developing so in this case Pakistan is much need of foreign investment. Because of foreign investment Pakistan increases economic growth, Developing and enhancing the managerial skill, employment level, and technology and increase standard of living. Pakistan that is developing country is need that foreign investor wealth come there country. Pakistan develops policies to attract the foreigner investor to increase the GDP, PCI etc. Many benefits of FDI is given below 1. Augmenting
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