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Published Online: 2014-02-11
Published in Print: 2014-04-01
The data are available from UNCTAD.org/programmes/investment and enterprise/world investment report/largest TNCs
Information obtained from the database of Austria’s Oesterreichische National Bank www.oenb.at
Finland, Belgium, and Austria are examined by Gosh and Wang (2010).
UNCTAD/World Investment Report, 1999, figure 4.
UNCTAD World Investment Report 2011, figure 1.3.
UNCTAD, Global Investment Trend Monitor, No. 11, January 23, 2013.
FDI inflows and outflows are measured in billions of current US dollars, i.e. not adjusted for inflation.
Measured in current US dollars.
Measured in thousands of current US dollars.
Recorded in thousands of people.
For a discussion on monopolistic competition and anti-trust regulation, see Perloff (445–8).