Australia’s Experience with Foreign Direct Investment by State Controlled Entities: A Move Towards Xenophobia or Greater Openness?
Over the last few years, there has been considerable debate in Australia as to the appropriate regulation of foreign direct investment by entities affiliated with foreign governments. During that time, Australia has been a significant beneficiary of investment by sovereign wealth funds from many foreign jurisdictions, particularly by Chinese state owned enterprises. The Australian government, similar to governments of many developed Western countries, has struggled to properly calibrate its policy settings for regulating this type of investment activity. This Article considers the Australian regulatory regime and assesses Australia’s experience in regulating those investment flows during this period.
Greg Golding, Australia’s Experience with Foreign Direct Investment by State Controlled Entities: A Move Towards Xenophobia or Greater Openness?, 37 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 533 (2014).
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