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This informative volume gives penetrating insight into why multinational enterprises (MNEs) headquartered in Spain invested so heavily in Latin America in the 1990s. This is an invaluable resource for scholars of international political economics, international relations, economics, business and development studies and those with an interest in Spain and Latin America.
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Spanish Direct Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Historical Approach
Creating Alliances: Frameworks for Theory
Structural Reform in Latin America and the Caribbean: The New Role of FDI
Post-Franco Spain: New Economic Development and Liberalization
The Reconquest of Latin America: 500 Years After
Conclusion: The Competitive Advantage of Spanish MNEs