Definition of inward investment in English:

inward investment

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[mass noun]
Investment made within a country from outside.
More example sentences
  • If the current trend in gas prices continues, industrialists fear that inward investment in Britain will suffer.
  • There is strong evidence that Ireland is pricing itself out of the market for inward investment.
  • He added that there was also inward investment in tobacco farming which had led to its expansion.

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