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This paper examines Intel Corporation's $300 million semiconductor assembly and testing plant in Costa Rica. It discusses various ways in which countries can gradually improve their climate for foreign investment and the design of their investment promotion strategies.
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John Beswicke (1847–1925) was an architect and licensed surveyor operating in Melbourne between 1882 and 1915. He was apprenticed to the firm Crouch and Wilson at age 16, where he continued to work for 18 years, finishing as head assistant.
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