World Investment Report 1993 - Transnational Corporations and Integrated International Production

The World Investment Report 1993 analyses the evolving strategies and changing organizational structures of TNCs, and the implications of the increasing functional, cross-national integration of their activities for the location of international production. In spite of an overall decline in world-wide flows of foreign direct investment in the early 1990s, there are many features of the world economic environment pointing to a continuing and important role for transnational corporations.