Impact of US Businesses on Foreign Supply Chain
Category: Business and Money > Economics
Asked by: nonprofitstuff-ga
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04 Aug 2006 11:19 PDT
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I am looking for a poignant statistic to show how much impact U.S. businesses are involved with the development of other nations. For example, number of companies overseas that operate because of U.S. business; the number of people employed through those companies; the amount of GDP in other countries that U.S. business operations are responsible for.
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Re: Impact of US Businesses on Foreign Supply Chain
From: laleczar-ga on 05 Aug 2006 01:23 PDT
I don?t have specific statistics to show how much USA contributes to the development of other nations but I do have a logical comment. USA being a world power in the business world and having most of the largest enterprises in the world then it must have a large impact on foreign nations. If you take a look all the largest business in other nations are mainly US based. Coca-Cola, Microsoft, DHL are all businesses that operate internationally. Even though they are US based and operating in other countries, they can be considered as the largest business in the country they are operating in. this in tern leads to more jobs for the country and a higher GDP.
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