The International Economic Accounts of the United States

Kozlow, Ralph H.; Marcuss, Rosemary D.
April 2002
Business Economics;Apr2002, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p55
Academic Journal
Describes the content and organization of the balance sheets and income statements of the official international economic accounts of the U.S. International investment accounts; International services program; Direct investment accounts; Improvements in the international accounts of the U.S.


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