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1. China needs to complement its "going-out" policy with a "going-in" strategy

2. The rise of FDI income, and what it means for the balance of payments of developing countries

3. Regional concentration of FDI involves trade-offs in post-reform India

4. The China-United States BIT negotiations: A Chinese perspective

5. Go out and manufacture: Policy support for Chinese FDI in Africa

6. Three challenges for China's outward FDI policy

7. The futile debate over a multilateral framework for investment

8. Is Chinese FDI pushing Latin America into natural resources?

9. The unbalanced dragon: China's uneven provincial and regional FDI performance

10. Economic patriotism: Dealing with Chinese direct investment in the United States

11. Is China's outward investment in oil a global security concern?

12. A new economic nationalism? Lessons from the PotashCorp decision in Canada

13. Starting anew in international investment law

14. A China – US bilateral investment treaty: A template for a multilateral framework for investment?

15. The role of multinationals in sparking industrialization: From "infant industry protection" to "FDI-led industrial take-off"

16. The coming harmonization of climate change policy and international investment law

17. Are resurging state-owned enterprises impeding competition overseas?

18. Chinese FDI in the United States is taking off: How to maximize its benefits?

19. Will China relocate its labor-intensive factories to Africa, flying-geese style?

20. U.S. BITs and financial stability

21. International investment law and media disputes: a complement to WTO law

22. What will an appreciation of China's currency do to inward and outward FDI?

23. Indian FDI falls in global economic crisis: Indian multinationals tread cautiously

24. A new geography of innovation – China and India rising