Yugoslav Multinationals Abroad
Macmillan, 1992 - Corporations, Yugoslav - 129 pages
This research examines the opportunities and constraints facing Yugoslav multinationals abroad, and considers in turn the historical, economic and political variables behind the growth of Yugoslav foreign investment. It also examines the motives, ownership structure and levels of success.
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INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES
YUGOSLAVIA IN THE WORLD ECONOMY
PROFILE OF YUGOSLAV EXTERNAL
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abroad Accounting activities agreements analysis average banks Business capital Carleton University cent Centre changes Chapter CMEA companies competitive costs decision Developing Countries direct distribution DMEs domestic East East European East-West Eastern Europe economic relations equity established European existing exports factors Finally foreign investment foreign trade function Germany growth host country important inadequate increase industrial cooperation institutional Italy Joint Ventures LDCs less limit Ljubljana London major manufacturing McMillan ment minority minority-owned Joint Ventures motives multinational Number objective offices operations outward overseas ownership parent participation performance period problems production profit prompted reform representative Research respondents restrictions result sample Second sectors share shows Social socialist SOURCE Soviet strategy structure subsidiaries success Table technical Third World transport trend United West Western Western subsidiaries Yugoslav enterprises Yugoslav firms Yugoslav investors Yugoslavia