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Canada's Reversal from Importer to Exporter of Foreign Direct Investment

Alan M. Rugman and J. Roderick Tilley
Management International Review
Vol. 27, No. 3 (3rd Quarter, 1987), pp. 13-25
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40227845
Page Count: 13
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Canada's Reversal from Importer to Exporter of Foreign Direct Investment
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Abstract

Canada's traditional role as an importer of foreign direct investment (FDI) has reversed since 1975. The statistical data supporting this statement, the bilateral position between Canada and the United States, and the key bilateral FDI issues are examined in this paper. Also included is analysis of the key factors leading to increases in FDI. The result of several recent surveys of the determinants of FDI are considered. Included is a discussion of the reversal of the United States to become a net debtor. Finally, some of the policy implications of the Canadian reversal are examined.

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