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Moreover, since FDI cannot take place unless foreign firms are allowed to enter and operate without serious impediments, policy changes with respect to the services sector and the rules and regulations governing foreign service providers are a third important factor underlying the trends and patterns in services. Finally, the rapid development of telecommunication and data technologies and their application to the cross-border delivery of information-intensive services not only improves the ease and reduces the costs for firms to undertake FDI in order to deliver services to foreign markets, but also 40 Padma Mallampally and Zbigniew Zimny enables some services to be traded at arm’s length.
Different authors analyse a wide range of service industries that differ, among other things, in terms of the nature of their customers (final Introduction: setting the scene 17 consumers versus other businesses), and in terms of the nature of their output (a combination of tangibles and intangibles in services such as hotels and airlines, while only intangibles in professional services). These differences have important implications for the conceptualisations of the authors of the nature of foreign activity in the respective industries.
Taking services as a whole, over the past couple of decades, there have been factors both encouraging internalized modes of internationalization and those working in the opposite direction. Furthermore, the growing importance of created-asset seeking investments for TNCs generally is providing an additional basis for FDI in services beyond those of market-seeking and client-following to deliver services through local presence.