Question 65 2 out of 2 points the united nations

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Question 65 2 out of 2 points The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development defines FDI as investments outside the investor’s home economy where the investor holds a 10 percent stake.
Question 66 0 out of 2 points An assumption of the Comparative Advantage Theory is that perfect knowledge does not exists in that merchants and customer do not know where the least-cost goods are located.
Question 67 2 out of 2 points A trade deficit will be generated if the imports outweigh the exports.
Question 68 0 out of 2 points In Porter's Diamond, the relationship between the three determinants or Diamond (see figure on next page 10) model a nation’s competitive environment for an industry.
Question 69 0 out of 2 points
Greenfield investments are investment in existing assets.
Question 70 0 out of 2 points (___________) income from abroad corresponds to a debit in the current account.
Question 71 0 out of 2 points Nations use (______________) as a means of controlling foreign direct investment.
Question 72 2 out of 2 points If domestic ownership of foreign assets increases faster than foreign ownership of domestic assets, then the country has a capital account deficit.
Question 73 0 out of 2 points A primary indicator of a nation’s status, in terms of international trade, is its (________).
Question 74 0 out of 2 points If foreign ownership decreases faster than domestic ownership, then the country is said to have a capital account surplus.
Question 75 0 out of 2 points Foreign Direct Investment can also take place by injecting (_______) dollars into the economy of a given country.

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