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Direct Foreign Investment: A Japanese Model of Multinational Business Operations
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activities advanced countries American American-type amount anti-trade-oriented capital movements capital-intensive cent Chapter commodity comparative advantage comparative advantage industry comparative costs comparative profit rates competitive curve decrease developing countries direct foreign investment division of labour economic development economies of scale export factor price factors of production Figure foreign direct investment foreign firms free trade gains growth Heckscher-Ohlin theorem host country imports increase indifference curve industrialisation ingots international division international trade intra-firm integration intra-industry investing country investment abroad isoquants Japan Japanese direct foreign Japanese direct investment Japanese firms Japanese investment Japanese-type Kiyoshi labour-intensive long-term contracts managerial resources money capital monopolistic or oligopolistic multinational corporations Multinational Enterprises oligopolistic output Pacific patents price ratio product cycle theory production function Raymond Vernon result specialisation spread effects structural adjustment subsidiaries tariffs technology transfer textiles trade barriers trading companies transaction costs transfer of technology type of direct United