Foreign Investment in the U.S. Essay by The Research Group

Foreign Investment in the U.S.
A focus on Japanese investment including stocks and bonds, real estate, gains and losses, risks and economic equilibrium.
# 20252 | 1,125 words | 15 sources | 1993 | US

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"Japanese Investment in the United States
The great hue and cry with respect to foreign investment in the United States emphasizes the acquisition by foreign buyers (the Japanese in particular) of American business enterprises and American real estate (Burritt, 1991, pp. 60.66; Levine, 1989, pp. 117.118; Gilder, 1990, p. 60). In actual fact, however, foreign investment (including that of the Japanese) in American financial instruments dwarfs that in the operational ownership of business enterprise and the ownership of real property (U.S. Department of Commerce, 1993, pp. 51.54; Standard & Poor's, 1993, p. 101; Herr, 1989, pp. 22.30). In this context, a differentiation is made between the acquisition of the operating control of a business enterprise and the purchase equity shares (common stock) in such enterprises. In 1990, foreign investment in the ..."

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