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U.S. private and government investment abroad.

Raymond Frech Mikesell

U.S. private and government investment abroad.

by Raymond Frech Mikesell

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Published by University of Oregon Books in Eugene .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Investments, American

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG4538 .M47
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 599 p.
    Number of Pages599
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5870589M
    LC Control Number62062510
    OCLC/WorldCa704102

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    the capital exporting countries interested in private investment abroad. The United States International Development Advisory Board has con-cluded that private capital is not likely to play a major role in the development of either Asia or Africa. The real need in these areas. -Encouraging saving and investment, encouraging investment from abroad, fostering education, promoting good health, maintaining property rights and political stability, allowing free trade, and promoting the research and development of new technologies -investment-private saving plus public saving -U.S. exports will rise, imports will.

    As saving has declined in the U.S., though, so has investment. Figure 2 (above) includes all saving and investment in the U.S. as a percentage of GDP, including both the private and public sectors. Over the last four decades, saving and investment have continued on a downward trend, falling from over 10 percent of GDP to less than 4 percent today.   The Current account (CA) is also conventionally defined as (X-M) (value of exports – value of imports) + Net income from abroad. (R) CA = (X-M) + (R) CA = GNP – (C+I+G) The difference between GNP and (C+G) is the level of savings. As a result, the current account is also equal to the difference between savings and investment.


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overall rate of return earned by U.S. investments abroad. U.S. residents’ direct investment in foreign countries has persistently yielded much greater returns than has for-eigners’ direct investment in the United States (see Figure 1). Between andU.S. direct invest-ment abroad earned an average return of percent per.

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U.S. companies also rely heavily on private. The national saving and investment identity teaches that the rest of the economy can absorb this inflow of foreign financial capital in several different ways.

For example, the additional inflow of financial capital from abroad could be offset by reduced private savings, leaving domestic investment and. Pattern of U.S. Investment Abroad to government and private sector investments, had soared to 89 percent of U.S. GDP. Of course, the change in investment behavior is due partly to a THE COMPOSITION OF PRIVATE U.S.

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