Driven by technological change, global competition and the liberalisation of markets, international direct investment plays a key role in the process of global economic integration. OECD compiles and disseminates reliable and up-to-date statistics which are essential for a meaningful interpretation of investment trends for informed policy making. These statistics are based on official reports by OECD countries for investments world-wide. Internationally comparable data makes it possible to measure the degree of economic integration and competitiveness of markets.
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Conventional signs and abbreviations Introduction PART I. COMPARATIVE TABLES AND CHARTS Tables 1. Foreign direct investment flows, US dollars 2. Foreign direct investment positions (stocks), US dollars 3. Foreign direct investment flows as a percentage of GDP 4. Foreign direct investment positions (stocks) as a percentage of GDP 5. Foreign direct investment income, US dollars Charts 1. FDI flows of OECD 2. FDI flows of OECD by source and destination 3. FDI flows of OECD by economic sector 4. FDI positions of OECD 5. FDI positions of OECD by source and destination 6. FDI positions of OECD by economic sector 7. FDI flows as a percentage of GDP 8. FDI positions as a percentage of GDP PART II. COUNTRY TABLES -Australia. -Austria -Belgium -Canada -Chile -Czech Republic -Denmark -Estonia -Finland -France -Germany -Greece -Hungary -Iceland -Ireland -Israel -Italy -Japan -Korea -Luxembourg -Mexico -Netherlands -New Zealand -Norway -Poland -Portugal -Slovak Republic -Slovenia -Spain -Sweden -Switzerland -Turkey -United Kingdom -United States General notes