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El boom de inversión extranjera directa en el MERCOSUR

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  • Daniel Chudnosvsky (coordinador)
  • Andrés López
  • Mariano Laplane
  • Gustavo Bittencourt
  • Fernando Masi
  • Rosario Domingo
  • Fernando Sarti
  • Célio Hirakuta
  • Rodrigo Sabbatini

El MERCOSUR, y en particular Argentina y Brasil, ha sido uno de los principales polos de atracción para la inversión extranjera directa (IED) en los años 1990. Por ende, la presencia de las empresas transnacionales (ET) ha crecido de forma sustancial en los cuatro países del MERCOSUR, cuyas economías se encuentran entre las más “transnacionalizadas” del mundo, considerando la participación de las filiales de ET en las estructuras de ventas y comercio exterior. Este libro intenta responder varias preguntas acerca de este fenómeno mediante investigaciones realizadas en los cuatro países del MERCOSUR.

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This book is provided by Red Mercosur in its series Serie Red MERCOSUR with number 1 and published in 2001.
Volume: 1
Edition: 1
Handle: RePEc:rmc:serred:1
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