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- U.S. Launches New Program. // World Trade: WT100;Jul2011, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p16
No abstract available.
- Are Foreign Firms Shying Away From Africa? // World Trade;Oct2001, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p18
No abstract available.
- As New Ventures Decline, Some Subsidies Grow. // Export Today's Global Business;Feb2000, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p14
Reports on the decline in foreign investment in Shanghai, China during the first nine months of 1999. Factor that would likely restrict China's use of subsidies.
- still hungry. Fingar, Courtney // Export Today's Global Business;Jun2001, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p14
Assesses the state of foreign direct investments in the United States as of 2001. Increase in the holdings of foreign-owned companies; Total financial inflows for foreign direct investments in 2000; List of foreign companies that plan for business expansions.
- From the editor. O'Flahertie, Susan // Asian Business Review;Aug96, p10
Comments on the prospects for foreign business in China and Australia. Deng Xiaoping's role in initiating market reforms in China; China's attempt to separate economic reforms from politics; Views of Professor Fred Hilmer and colleague Mark Hirst about the future of business in Australia.
- America for sale. // Management Review;Jan81, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p6
Reports on the increase in foreign investments in the U.S. as of February 1981. Concerns about the increasing level of foreign ownership in the country; Questions about the acquisition capabilities of U.S. multinationals.
- Foreign Investment in Texas. Weatherford, Clay; Cooke, Alex; Beard, Karen // Texas Business Review;Dec2000, p1
Provides an overview on foreign investments in the state of Texas. United States Bureau of Economic Analysis' definition of a foreign-owned company; Barriers to identifying foreign corporations operating Texas; Factors that attract foreign investors to the state; Reasons by foreign companies...
- China: The last true business frontier. Johnson, Mike // Management Review;Mar96, Vol. 85 Issue 3, p39
Focuses on the nature of the Chinese business market and on the factors foreign businesses need to consider if they wish to conduct business in China. Need for foreign businesses to have a long-term perspective on their Chinese operations; Regulatory environment in China; Problems and...
- No Labour scare factor as foreign cash flows in. // Professional Engineering;07/23/97, Vol. 10 Issue 14, p9
Stresses the intention of foreign businesses in Great Britain to continue the rapid increase in foreign investment in the country. Total amount of money invested by foreign businesses in Great Britain in 1996; Encouragement of more inward investment through economic stability.