Foreign Enterprise in Florida: The Impact of Non-U.S. Direct Investment

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TABLES
Table 1. Foreign Direct Investment in U. S. -- Dec. 19763
Table 2. Foreign Direct Investment in U. S., Major Industry of U.S. Affiliate -- Dec. 19744
Table 3. Foreign Investment in the Southeast -- Dec. 19745
Table 4. Property, Plant, and Equipment of U. S. Affiliates of Non-U. S. Firms in Florida -- Dec. 19746
Table 5. Total Property, Plant, and Equipment Owned by U. S. Affiliates of Non-U. S. Firms in the Southeast -- Dec. 19748
Table 6. Latin American-Headquartered Firms in Florida23
Table 7. Foreign Exchange Restrictions on Capital Exports-- Dec. 31, 197625
Table 8. Manufacturing Operations of Non-U. S. Companies in Florida -- May 197856
Table 9. Summary of Non-U. S. -- Owned Florida Manufacturing, by Industry60
Table 10. Non-U. S. -- Owned Florida Manufacturing63
Table 11. Non-U. S. Investments in Florida's Phosphate Industry -- 197773
Table 12. Investment in Oil Marketing by the Major Non-U. S. Multinationals in Florida -- 197475
Table 13. Alien Insurers in Florida--197680
Table 14. Non-U. S. Investments in Ownership Control of Florida Banks-June 197886
Table 15. 1978 Entries into Miami and Miami Beach Agencies/ Offices under Florida International Banking Act88
Table 16. Employees and Payroll of U. S. Affiliates of Non-U. S. Companies in Florida -- Dec. 1974118
Table 17. Employees and Payroll of U. S. Affiliates of Non-U. S. Companies in Southeast, by State -- Dec. 1974119
Table 18. Comparison of Business-Related Taxes in Four Southeastern States-- 1977132
Table 19. Comparison of Other Fiscal Factors in Four Southeastern States -- 1977133
Table 20. Comparison of Industrial Factors in Four Southeastern States -- 1977134
ILLUSTRATIONS
Map 1. Foreign Investments in Florida10
Figure 1. Interrelationships between Canadian Companies in Florida Real Estate, Mid-- 197742
Map2. Non-U. S. -- Owned Manufacturing in Florida61
Map 3. Areas of Petroleum Production in Florida77

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contents vi
  • Preface vii
  • Chapter 1 the Extent of the Investment 1
  • Chapter 2 the Nature of the Investment 11
  • Chapter3 Nationalities of the Investors 20
  • Summary 34
  • Chapter 4 Land and Real Estate 35
  • Summary 51
  • Chapter 5 Other Industries 55
  • Chapter 6 Banking 84
  • Summary and Commentary 97
  • Chapter 7 Regions 104
  • Chapters 8 Benefits and Costs 117
  • Summary 126
  • Chapter 9 Public Policy 128
  • Conclusions 140
  • Notes Notes to the Preface 142
  • Appendixes 155
  • Index 185
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