Multinational Companies in United States International Trade: A Statistical and Analytical Sourcebook

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Affiliate firm, defined, 9-11. See also Multinational companies
Affiliate, industry groups: defined, 17, 19; in standardized trade tables, 34. See also Manufacturing affiliates; Other industry affliates; Petroleum affiliates; Wholesale trade affiliates
Affiliate related trade: beverages and tobacco trade, 178-80; chemicals trade, 242-44; coal and coke trade, 208-10; crude materials trade, 189-90; defined, 26-27; food trade, 168-70; machinery trade, 254-56; manufactured goods trade, 228-30; metal manufactures trade, 286-87; non-manufactured goods trade, 154-56; other manufactures trade, 295-96; other products trade, 218-20; other transport equipment trade, 274-76; petroleum and products trade, 198-200; road vehicles and parts trade, 264-66; source tables, 17-20, 46-47, 69-72, 143-45, 147-48; total geographic trade, 54-56, 63-64; total merchandise trade, 38-40; total product trade, 129-30; trade with Canada, 78-80, 85-87; trade with Europe, 90-92, 98-99; trade with Japan, 102-4, 109-11; trade with other areas, 114-16, 122-24. See also Affiliate trade overlap; Concepts of MNC-related trade; Manufacturing affiliates; Other industry affiliates; Petroleum affiliates; Source, tables; Standardized trade tables; Wholesale trade affiliates; Ultimate beneficial owners
Affiliate trade overlap: defined, 35-36; total geographic trade, 74-75; total merchandise trade, 48-49; total product trade, 150-51. See also Affiliate related trade
Annual surveys of foreign direct investment: deficiencies, 12-13; information content, 11-12; start, 6, 10. See also Benchmark surveys of foreign direct investment; Bureau of Economic Analysis
Benchmark surveys of foreign direct investment: deficiencies, 12-13; geographic trade source tables, 17-18, 69-70; information

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