In brief economic capsules: Japanese banks' customers in the United States
Foreign banks in the United States are often thought to specialize in providing services to multinational firms from their home countries. This article examines data on Japanese bank loans and the liabilities of Japanese-owned firms to determine whether the increase in Japanese bank assets in the United States during the 1984-89 period can be attributed to growth in direct investment from Japan.
Volume (Year): (1991)
Issue (Month): Spr ()
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