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Total Chinese FDI stock in the Caribbean, 2003-2011, from Richard L. Bernal, " China's rising investment profile in the Caribbean " , Inter-American Dialogue's Economics Brief, October 2013, citing Chinese Statistical Bulletin of Outward Foreign Direct Investment 2011  

Total Chinese FDI stock in the Caribbean, 2003-2011, from Richard L. Bernal, " China's rising investment profile in the Caribbean " , Inter-American Dialogue's Economics Brief, October 2013, citing Chinese Statistical Bulletin of Outward Foreign Direct Investment 2011  

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Foreign policy is a key element of a country's independence. For the first fifty years of its independence, Barbados' foreign policy was marked by a considerable degree of continuity and conservatism in both substance and form. Continuity and conservatism in the sense that few major relationships were overturned or positions changed; unlike some of...

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... second is that China has moved rapidly up the ranks of sources of foreign direct investment. Figure 1 provides a striking illustration of the growth of Chinese foreign direct investment (FDI) in the Caribbean in the period 2003-2011. Although the total remains comparatively small, the change represents an increase of in excess of 500% in eight years. ...