Canadian Multinationals and International Finance
Gregory P. Marchildon, Duncan McDowall
Psychology Press, 1992 - Business & Economics - 185 pages
Seven studies explore the modest but significant role of Canadian multinational enterprises in world finance, trade, and direct investment. Presents a historical overview, analyses of individual companies, and considerations of whole industries.
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