INBS 346--Chapter 2, Ball et al

INBS 346--Chapter 2, Ball et al - Related to Chapter Two...

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1-1 2-1 International Trade and International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment Foreign Direct Investment Related to Chapter Two
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1-2 2-2 Large Firms Lead Overseas Large Firms Lead Overseas Investment, They Also Export Investment, They Also Export - FDI from Large American international firms is at its highest level ever because of - global competition - liberalization by host governments in regard to foreign investment - advances in technology - U.S. FDI doubled from 2003 to 2006 reaching $217 billion, even so… - During the ten years to 2007, U.S. exports increased 76% to $1,646 billion
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1-3 2-3 Large Firms Invest Overseas, They Also Export Large Firms Invest Overseas, They Also Export Proportion of Foreign Sales and Profits Rank: Fortune Global 500 Company Foreign Sales as Percentage of Total Sales Income from Foreign Operations as Percentage of Net Income 1 Wal-Mart Stores 24 22 2 Exxon Mobil NA 73 3 Royal Dutch Shell* 58 NA 4 BP 75 84 5 General Motors # 43 NA 6 Toyota 77 37 7 Chevron 65 68 8 Daimler 77 NA 9 Conoco Philips 33 25 10 Total 76 NA   Source: Company annual reports; Fortune magazine’s 2007 Global 500 listing of world’s largest companies, http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/global500/2007/full_list/ (July 4, 2008).
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1-4 2-4 World Exports of Merchandise (FOB Values; in Billions of Current U.S. Dollars) . Merchandise 1980 1990 2000 2007 Total world exports $2,001 $3,436 $6,427 $13,898 North America 294 522 1,058 1,854 Latin America 110 147 361 496 European Union 754 1,509 2,316 5,314 Russian Federation n.a. n.a. 106 355 Africa 121 104 147 422 Middle East 214 134 267 721 Asia 317 739 1,832 4,129 United States 226 394 781 1,163 China 18 62 249 1,218 Japan 130 288 479 713   Source: Monthly Bulletin of Statistics (New York: United Nations, June 1997, August 2000); World Merchandise Exports by Region and Selected Economy, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995 and 1999–2001, WTO, Statistics Division, www.wto.org/english/res_e/statis_e/statis_e.htm (June 30, 2002); World Exports of Commercial Services by Selected Region and Economy, 1980–2001, WTO, Statistics Division, www.wto.org/english/res_e/statis_e/statis_e.htm (June 5, 2002); and International Trade Statistics 2007 , (Geneva: WTO, 2008), http://www.wto.org/english/res_e/statis_e/its2007_e/its07_toc_e.htm (July 6, 2008).
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1-5 2-5 World Exports of Commercial Services (FOB Values; in Billions of Current U.S. Dollars) . Source: Monthly Bulletin of Statistics (New York: United Nations, June 1997, August 2000); World Merchandise Exports by Region and Selected Economy, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995 and 1999–2001, WTO, Statistics Division, www.wto.org/english/res_e/statis_e/statis_e.htm (June 30, 2002);
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INBS 346--Chapter 2, Ball et al - Related to Chapter Two...

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