2 edition of Mexican elite attitudes toward foreign investment. found in the catalog.
Mexican elite attitudes toward foreign investment.
United States. Information Agency. Office of Research.
by United States Information Agency, Office of Research in [Washington]
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HG4538 .U7547 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||74603030|
In contrast, a restrictive attitude limiting the entry of foreign direct investment (FDI) is regarded as foolish. Such investment can bring needed capital, skills, and know-how, either producing goods needed for the domestic market 3 or contributing new exports. The main motivation for restricting FDI is economic nationalism, which Washington. Panelists looked at American, Mexican, and Canadian attitudes on identity and sovereignty in the context of North America. Trade, political integration, and the nature of agreements among the three countries will depend largely on the way people in these countries define their interests, and the extent to which they feel there is something to.
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For instance, by Decemberthe share of foreign control of Mexico’s banking system increased from percent in to percent after the Mexican government dismantled most investment restrictions during that decade.
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This book is more than pp., here are my impressions: 1. About pp. of this book is a carefully done history of the accumulation and sometimes dissipation of wealth and property. You can evaluate that material without reference to any particular set of political views.
2. At some point the book .