Industrial modernization in Mexico: results of a questionnaire administered to the largest foreign-owned companies in the manufacturing sector during May/June 1990
ECLAC/CTC Joint Unit on Transnational Corporations, United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean
United Nations, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, 1991 - Business & Economics - 55 pages
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50 Mixed 63 companies acquisition of foreign administrative procedures assimilation of foreign businessmen changes Choose three crisis period debt crisis deregulation and simplification domestic market share economic agents enterprise train exchange rate export performance exports of manufactures external debt favoured foreign capital foreign direct investment foreign investment foreign technology impact import substitution increased industrial modernization industrial policy industrialization process inputs international competitiveness ISIC Jaime Serra Puche Kimberly Clark levels of exports limits on royalty macroeconomic major foreign-owned manufacturing manufacturing sector Maquila maquiladoras Mexican peso Mexican subcontractors Mexico City mixed enterprises motor vehicle industry motor vehicle sector opinion parent company petrochemicals promote exports promotion of exports public policy questionnaire recipient of foreign regulations restrictive clauses sample simplification of administrative specific enterprise-level programmes subcontracting subperiods subsidiaries of United Technical assistance Technology Transfer Registry three and rank total value trade trademark transfer of foreign transnational corporations United States dollar United States-based TNCs