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gains to the local economy from the foreign-owned primary export industry

K.Georg Gabriel

gains to the local economy from the foreign-owned primary export industry

the case of oil in Venezuala.

by K.Georg Gabriel

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Published by University of Harvard in Harvard .
Written in English


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Thesis (Doctor of Business Administration) - University of Harvard, 1967.

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In an economy of increasing global investment, foreign-owned Corporation B, with its R&D and manufacturing presence in the United States and its reliance . Export subsidies hurt domestic consumers and help domestic producers. In a competitive industry, the export subsidy reduces national welfare. Export taxes help domestic consumers and hurt domestic producers. Their effect on foreigners is similar to a tariff: domestic welfare may increase at the expense of foreigners. Chapter 7.

Chris Wrigley, editor, The First World War and the International Economy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, x + pp.$95 (cloth), ISBN Reviewed for by David Greasley, Economic History, University of Edinburgh. Participants in this trade mission will have the opportunity to learn about doing business in Malta (and the European Union), explore the market, gain exposure to the business culture, meet with potential partners, source new products and/or services and find investment opportunities. This Trade Mission is Supported by: Embassy of Malta.

The importance of export promotion contribution to the growth of a country’s economy cannot be underrated. It is well-established that, encouraging volumes of exports and/or value of exports results in the increase in the export of a country leading to an increase in earnings of foreign exchange and further results in economic boost of a by: 1. Foreign direct investment (FDI) is an integral part of an open and effective international economic system and a major catalyst to development. Yet, the ben-efits of FDI do not accrue automatically and evenly across countries, sectors and local communities. National policies and File Size: KB.


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