The Commitment of Foreign Direct Investment and Foreign Portfolio Investment on the Monetary Development of Pakistan

Kinza Yousfani, Farhana Khowaja, Ahmed Ali Yousfani
2019 The International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration  
Foreign direct investment has played an essential role in the economic growth of developing countries. The flow of foreign capital in the capital takes place mostly in the form of loans, foreign direct investment (FDI) and foreign portfolio investment (FPI). The FDI could influence higher consumption and Investment in short-term and reflect destructively on long-term growth. However, an increase in FDI may decrease FPI volatility because it enhances the confidence of foreign investors and
more » ... more investment in the home country. The Pakistan growth rate was witnessed from 2001-2016, which was descending due to various macroeconomic variables which influence the foreign direct investment of Pakistan. The FDI affects positively in the development process and economic progress as it supplies capital for developing nations for investment purpose. A few investigations have been directed on contact between FDI, FPI and large-scale manufacturing. Because of this plausibility, FDI impacts monetary extension, and thus, financial solidness impact FDI inflow, the connection among FDI and the development of the economy are likely unique. Also, the remote venture may impact monetary progression legitimately and in a roundabout way. In this manner, it is recommended in reliance hypothesis that FDI stream would not impact long haul practical limit in creating economies. Henceforth the progression of remote capital in a nation happens for the most part as credits, FDI and FPI. Likewise, the determinants of FPI incorporates factors which increment interest for outside trade and urges remote speculators to contribute their capital over the creating scene. Hence, therefore, this paper highlights the importance of FDI and FPI on the growth of developing countries.
doi:10.18775/ijmsba.1849-5664-5419.2014.54.1001 fatcat:t25c5lwhjzanrgyts6jkfly7o4