Question 57 2 out of 2 points in terms of recording

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Question 57 2 out of 2 points In terms of recording the balance of payments, if a country has received money it should be recorded as a debit.
Question 58
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 59 2 out of 2 points In addition to attracting FDI on the national level, the United States’ FDI incentives are often offered on the (______) level to lure businesses and jobs to the (_______) economy. Question 60 2 out of 2 points A guiding principle of the ideal global trading system is (___________) between trading partners, when partners do not prefer domestic products, services, people, or the products of their trading partners over others. Question 61 2 out of 2 points Labor and production costs are typically higher in less developed nations. Question 62 2 out of 2 points Equity capital includes both mergers and acquisitions and “Greenfield” investments (the creation of new facilities). Question 63 2 out of 2 points Ownership in foreign entities can be a complete or a controlling stake in the form of either a wholly owned subsidiary or through mergers and acquisitions of existing corporations. Question 64 2 out of 2 points
Countries keep detailed accounts of the balance of payments and usually publish the findings at the end of each year.
Question 65 2 out of 2 points A trade deficit will be generated if the imports outweigh the exports.
Question 66 2 out of 2 points If foreign ownership decreases faster than domestic ownership, then the country is said to have a capital account surplus.
Question 67 2 out of 2 points (___________) agreements guide the trading conduct of nations that may not have similar legal foundations or business customs.
Question 68 2 out of 2 points The (____________) entity records the purchase and sale of domestic and foreign assets.
Question 69 2 out of 2 points Negative net income from abroad corresponds to a credit in the current account.

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