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“Foreign investment in Australia should not be limited,” Discuss, refer to one or more industries as examples.

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Economy International economics Economics Economic geography Foreign direct investment International business International development Economy of Australia Economic growth Economy of Morocco Australian property bubble
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In recent years, the impact of foreign investment in Australia has increased gradually. According to the Australia Trade Commission (2013), the value of foreign investment in Australia in 2012 has increased 8.6%, compared to 2011. The percentage of foreign direct investment has doubled since 2002. It shows that foreign investment may be a key factor that influences the economy of Australia. Foreign investment has been defined as the purchasing of goods and services from a foreign place with the aim of building the strength of the economy. In discussing whether or not foreign investment in Australia should be limited, a number of arguments, both for and against this process need to be examined. These include arguments that foreign aid leads to economic growth, while foreign investment may also inflation; as evidence in the real estate market. A primary reason for not l...
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