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Journal for the Advancement of Developing Economies
The use of entry modes by multinational firms has received increased attention from international business scholars. Based on the context of sub-Saharan Africa, this research reviews the locational benefits offered to MNEs by in this region. Borrowing from the eclectic paradigm of international production, the research also examines the effects of each type of entry on the locational advantages offered to MNEs. Propositions are presented to suggest which mode of entry MNEs should pursue indoi:10.13014/k2bp010g fatcat:bwynjartxrfhtet3ykf6csdvcy