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U.S. foreign relations and multinational corporations

United States. General Accounting Office

U.S. foreign relations and multinational corporations

what"s the connection? : report to the Congress

by United States. General Accounting Office

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Published by General Accounting Office in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International business enterprises,
  • United States -- Foreign relations

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Comptroller General of the United States
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 77 p. ;
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17970021M

      Foreign Relations of the United States, , Volume XXI, Chile, Title: previously dominated by U.S. multinational corporations. The volume concludes with the events of September the coup d’etat under General Pinochet, Allende’s suicide, and U.S. diplomatic recognition of the military junta. Other print titles. Labor Rights and Multinational Production suggests that the consequences of economic openness for developing countries are highly dependent on foreign firms' modes of entry and, more generally, on the precise way in which each developing country engages the global by:

    Suggested Citation:"4 U.S. and Japanese MNCs and the Shape of Global Competition."National Research Council. Global Economy, Global Technology, Global Corporations: Reports of a Joint Task Force of the National Research Council and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science on the Rights and Responsibilities of Multinational Corporations in an Age of Technological Interdependence. Multinational corporations typically operate overseas through foreign subsidiaries that are mostly taxed as independent corporate entities. This separate entity system gives multinationals incentives to shift reported profits to their affiliates in low-tax jurisdictions by underpricing sales to them and overpricing purchases from them.

    The Smoot Hawley Act () raised average U.S. tariffs on more t imported goods to levels in excess of 60%. At the close of the 's U.S. multinational corporations (MNCs) were facing major challenges on what 2 fronts? Multinational Corporations and Developing Countries TABLE 2: U.S. Direct Investment Position Abroad at Year-end (Million US$) Country or Area Amount Percent Amount Percent Amount Percent Amount Percent Amount Percent All Countries $25, % $37, % $56, % $, % $, % Developed.


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has diplomatic relations with the European Union and United States federal statutes relating to foreign relations can be. Additional Physical Format: Print version: United States. General Accounting Office.

U.S. foreign relations and multinational corporations. [Washington]: [U.S. It is now generally accepted that the expansion of the multinational corporation is a major, perhaps the major, phenomenon of the international economy today.

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Multinational corporations' efforts to avoid U.S. taxes by shifting profits abroad significantly. Several of the basic ideas contained in this book first appeared in my report to the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare entitled The Multinational Corporation and the National hout the work on this report I was encouraged and stimulated by my association with Benjamin Palumbo, then an assistant to Senator Harrison Williams (D-N.J.).

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