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World Investment Report 2014
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Investing in the SDGs: An Action Plan
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2014
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PREFACE.. iii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS.. iv
KEY MESSAGES. ix
OVERVIEW. xiii

CHAPTER I. GLOBAL INVESTMENT TRENDS . 1
A. CURRENT TRENDS.. 2
1. FDI by geography 2
2. FDI by mode of entry..7
3. FDI by sector and industry..9
4. FDI by selected types of investors .17
B. PROSPECTS 23
C. TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION 29

CHAPTER II. REGIONAL INVESTMENT TRENDS.. 35
INTRODUCTION 36
A. REGIONAL TRENDS . 37
1. Africa 37
2. Asia ..45
3. Latin America and the Caribbean 61
4. Transition economies .70
5. Developed countries ..77
B. TRENDS IN STRUCTURALLY WEAK, VULNERABLE AND SMALL ECONOMIES. 82
1. Least developed countries .82
2. Landlocked developing countries ..88
3. Small island developing States 94
vi World Investment Report 2014: Investing in the SDGs: An Action Plan

CHAPTER III. RECENT POLICY DEVELOPMENTS AND KEY ISSUES. 105
A. NATIONAL INVESTMENT POLICIES . 106
1. Overall trends ..106
2. Recent trends in investment incentives 109
B. INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT POLICIES . 114
1. Trends in the conclusion of international investment agreements 114
2. Megaregional agreements: emerging issues and systemic implications ..118
3. Trends in investor–State dispute settlement ..124
4. Reform of the IIA regime: four paths of action and a way forward.126

CHAPTER IV. INVESTING IN THE SDGs: AN ACTION PLAN FOR PROMOTING PRIVATE SECTOR CONTRIBUTIONS . 135
A. INTRODUCTION 136
1. The United Nations′ Sustainable Development Goals and implied investment needs136
2. Private sector contributions to the SDGs.137
3. The need for a strategic framework for private investment in the SDGs138
B. THE INVESTMENT GAP AND PRIVATE SECTOR POTENTIAL. 140
1. SDG investment gaps and the role of the private sector.140
2. Exploring private sector potential.145
3. Realistic targets for private sector SDG investment in LDCs..146
C. INVESTING IN SDGs: A CALL FOR LEADERSHIP.. 150
1. Leadership challenges in raising private sector investment in the SDGs.150
2. Meeting the leadership challenge: key elements.150
D. MOBILIZING FUNDS FOR INVESTMENT IN THE SDGs 153
1. Prospective sources of finance..153
2. Challenges to mobilizing funds for SDG investments157
3. Creating fertile soil for innovative financing approaches.158
4. Building an SDG-supportive financial system161
E. CHANNELLING INVESTMENT INTO THE SDGs. 165
1. Challenges to channelling funds into the SDGs165
2. Alleviating entry barriers, while safeguarding public interests.166
3. Expanding the use of risk-sharing tools for SDG investments ..167
4. Establishing new incentives schemes and a new generation of
investment promotion institutions.170
5. Building SDG investment partnerships..173
F. ENSURING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IMPACT OF INVESTMENT IN THE SDGs. 175
1. Challenges in managing the impact of private investment in SDG sectors..175
2. Increasing absorptive capacity177
3. Establishing effective regulatory frameworks and standards179
4. Good governance, capable institutions, stakeholder engagement..181
5. Implementing SDG impact assessment systems ..182
G. AN ACTION PLAN FOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT IN THE SDGs. 185
1. A Big Push for private investment in the SDGs.186
2. Stakeholder engagement and a platform for new ideas..189
REFERENCES 195
ANNEX TABLES 203


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