Капитал компаний стран Центральной и Восточной Европы: иностранное участие
As the borders to foreign investment opened, European countries in transition have faced new opportunities for the development. Rich human capital assets, sprawling infrastructure and institutional ties with the European Union contributed to their investment attractiveness. Foreign direct investment made to the Central and Eastern Europe 2005 through 2009 is discussed based on international statistics and companies survey. Cross-country analysis identifying leaders in inducement and effective use of foreign capital is shown. The article also describes behavior of foreign and domestic organizations in various regions.