DOI:​10.18488/journal.1006.2019.92.261.286
Corpus ID: 209452472
The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africas (COMESA) Free Trade Area (FTA) and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Nexus
Yassin Elshain Yahia, Haiyun Liu, +2 authors Reza Sultanuzzaman
Published 2019
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