FDI is considered as an important tool for economic growth and overall economic development because of the multi-dimensional benefits FDI brings to the FDI-receiving countries. The developing countries are leaving no stones unturned to attract as much FDI as possible. In this book, a deeper look has been given into the facts about FDI and all the concepts relating to FDI. Major determinants of FDI have been elaborated and its necessity for a developing country has been explained in detail. An effort has been made to identify the determinants of FDI and its impact on domestic investment. This book also explains how changes in policies account for changes in FDI inflows. Data have been presented to make comparisons among the Asian developing countries concerning different aspects of FDI.