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Trade and Production Networks of U.S. MNCs and Exports by Their Asian Affiliates

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  • Robert E. Lipsey

Network connections within MNCs seem to improve export market shares for Asian affiliates of those MNCs. In particular, Asian affiliates of U.S. MNCs export more to markets where their parent firms' exports to affiliates are larger, and less to markets where their parent firms export more to non-affiliates. However, the latter effect is much smaller per dollar of parent exports. These relationships are fairly consistent across industries and markets, across markets within two industries, across industries for two affiliate home countries, and across exporters and industries for individual markets.

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Paper provided by National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc in its series NBER Working Papers with number 5255.

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Date of creation: Sep 1995
Publication status: published as Globalization, Trade, and Foreign Direct Investment, Series in International Business and Economics, Dunning, John H., ed.: Elsevier Services, Ltd., 1998.
Handle: RePEc:nbr:nberwo:5255
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