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Weaker associations exist for Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic and Nepal; and a negative association is evident for Maldives, Vanuatu and Samoa. Even in the aggregate, the very strong absolute level association between FDI inflows to China and other Asia-Pacific economies, including LDCs, is degraded considerably when growth rates are used. Table 8. 55 Authors’ calculation based on UNCTAD, Handbook of Statistics 2006-2007 (Geneva, 2007). Why might these positive associations exist between FDI to China and FDI to LDCs?
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