Robust America: A Magnet For Overseas Money AgainGene Koretz
Back in 1988, foreign investors poured more than $72.7 billion into the U.S. to buy or set up businesses. Then, over the next four years, as recessions hit the U.S. and then spread overseas, the flood of such direct foreign investment slowed by 79%, to just $15.3 billion in 1992.
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