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Major multinational organizations such as Acme (some of which are listed below) attempt to track the relative movements and magnitudes of global capital investment. Using these web pages and others you may find, prepare a 5-6 paragraph executive briefing on the question of whether capital generated in the industrialized countries is finding its way to the less-developed and emerging markets. Q2) Is there some critical distinction between "less developed" and "emerging"? (Please provide a definitive response in 1-2 paragraphs.) The Old World Bank OECD European Bank for Reconstruction

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FIN630-DB2NameClassDateProfessorFIN630-DB2 Capital generated in the industrialized countries is finding its way to the less-developed and emerging markets due to new technological capabilities and the more globalized economy. In theory the free flow of capital from the industrialized country to the less developed country should lead to a more efficient allocation of resources and increase growth in the underdeveloped countries economy. Theoretically financial globalization would eventuate in resources flowing from developed capital-abundant economies to the less developed economies with opening of the capital account (Mohan, 2010). When the capital flow reaches the under developed economy the result is higher productivity, higher economic stability, and stronger profitability. The underdeveloped country would have better opportunities for global investments and economic growth. On the other hand empirical evidence does not support this theoretical perspective on the possible benefits of the capital flow reaching the underdeveloped country but instead finds that the developing country can be negatively impacted and would increase their relianc

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