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Statistiques sur le commerce des societes affiliees a l'etranger, 1999 : la livraison des biens et des services sur les marches internationaux

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Dans ce rapport, on examine les activites des societes multinationales canadiennes a l'etranger. On y analyse egalement quels sont les principaux secteurs d'activite et l'origine des ventes de ces societes etrangeres affiliees.

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  • Cardillo, Colleen, 2002. "Statistiques sur le commerce des societes affiliees a l'etranger, 1999 : la livraison des biens et des services sur les marches internationaux," Serie de documents de recherche sur l'analyse economique (AE) 2002004f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
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