Laos FDI legal fight highlights EM investment obstacles – analysis
Countries across Asia are upping investment in Laos as the country’s growth prospects boom but a corruption case filed against the government highlights the challenges of doing business in emerging markets.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Laos has increased rapidly since 2005, as regional players compete for a stake in the country’s promising growth story. But if a recent corruption case filed against the government is valid, it highlights the challenges for investors operating in Asia’s emerging markets.
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