U.S. outward FDI: Current flows lowered in weakened global economy but attraction of emerging markets remains release_n6qiwsq37zfr3amoxkvkwlerye

by Marilyn Ibarra-Caton, Raymond Mataloni

Published by Columbia University.



The pronounced decline in U.S. OFDI parallels the broader falloff in business investment worldwide in the current economic recession. Despite the slowdown in U.S. OFDI flows, they remained over 25 percent higher than the average for the preceding five years, which is partly attributable to the continuing attraction of big emerging markets.
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