International Trade and Investment
AbstractFlorida is one of the most internationally oriented regional economies in North America. During the 1990s, trade and investment flows in Florida changed substantially. This was partly due to new international trade agreements and partly due to improved economic performances observed in major trading partners throughout the world. An increasingly prominent role was played by China during this period.
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Florida Economic Performance; Global Trade;
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