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A Guide to Bea Statistics on U. S. Multinational Companies

By Mataloni, Raymond J., Jr.

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Title: A Guide to Bea Statistics on U. S. Multinational Companies  
Author: Mataloni, Raymond J., Jr.
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Department of Commerce and Labor Document, Commerce.
Collections: Department of Commerce Collection
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Publisher: Government Printing Office


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Excerpt: Statistics on U.S. multinational companies (MNC?s) produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) provide a comprehensive and integrated data set for empirical analysis of MNC?s and of the effects of MNC?s on the economies of home and host countries. When this data set began in 1929, its scope was limited to one data item-the value of foreign commercial assets controlled by U.S. companies. Since then, the scope of these statistics has greatly expanded in step with the growth in MNC?s and the increasing integration of the global economy. BEA?s current data on U.S. MNC?s are among the most diverse in the world, ranging from traditional balance of- payments items that most countries produce to ?financial and operating? items that few other countries produce but that allow a much broader understanding of U.S. MNC?s (see box ?Note on International Comparability?). This article provides an introductory guide to these statistics. The statistics on U.S. MNC?s support numerous activities by the government and the private sector, including the following...


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