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Investissements directs à l’étranger et stratégies des entreprises multinationales

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  • Sandrine Levasseur

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    Depuis le milieu des années 1980, les investissements directs étrangers (IDE) connaissent une croissance sans précédent. Plus encore, les IDE, lesquels consistent en la création d’unités de production à l’étranger ou en l’acquisition d’unités existantes, ont atteint ces dernières années des montants sans cesse records. Les fusions et acquisitions (FA) ont constitué le moteur essentiel de ces IDE. Ceci est tout particulièrement vrai pour l’implantation dans les pays développés où les FA transnationales, c’est-à-dire les FA entre des entités appartenant à des pays différents, ont représenté plus de 80 % des IDE à partir de 1995. Dans les pays en développement, si les créations d’unités de production constituent toujours la principale modalité d’implantation, les acquisitions ont aussi augmenté en raison des privatisations d’entreprises et des dérégulations de certains secteurs d’activité (...).

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    Publication status: Published in Revue de l'OFCE, 2002, pp.103-152
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