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Insourcing Companies: How They Raise Our Game

A NEW economic report providing a first-ever analysis of the role foreign companies have played in the U.S. economy over a ten-year period, examining how insourcing companies exceed the performance of the larger economy.  

Global Investment Works for American Manufacturing

OFII is increasing its efforts to promote a better understanding of the significant role U.S. subsidiaries play in the manufacturing sector by launching a new quarterly publication, “Global Investment Works for American Manufacturing.”  Each edition will highlight the significant aggregate economic benefits of foreign investment in U.S. manufacturing and a few member company stories. 

Edition I, Summer 2013 can be read here.

 

Attracting Foreign Direct Invesment through an Ambitious Trade Agenda

This OFII publication, authored by Professor Matthew Slaughter of Dartmouth, highlights the opportunity for increasing foreign investment in the United States through an aggressive trade agenda, underscoring the potential impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreements.

Read the full paper here.

 

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