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The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment Operations of Finnish MNCs in Transition Economies 1990-1995

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  • Borsos-Torstila, Julianna, . "The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment Operations of Finnish MNCs in Transition Economies 1990-1995," ETLA A, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, number 28.
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