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|Description:||xii, 230 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||The challenge of incoming foreign direct investment --
Political responses to foreign investment --
An economic response : consumer electronics and steel --
An ambivalent response : semiconductors and automobiles --
A liberal response : machine tools and antifriction bearings --
A strategic response : airlines and telecommunication services --
Political variables and policy preferences.
"Some industries welcomed (or at least didn't oppose) foreign investment, whereas others sought restrictive and discriminatory policies. Crystal demonstrates how the nature of the domestic political environment shapes the translation of economic interests into policy preferences."--Jacket.