Privatization of state owned enterprises and liberalization of trade and investment flows were two of the cornerstones of the structural reforms implemented by governments across latin america in the 1990s. This volume provides an original analysis of the role of foreign firms in the structural reforms implemented by the latin american governments since the 1980s with a focus on the making of the spanish multinational enterprise. Multinational enterprises in latin america since the 1990s pablo toral p cm 1 international business enterprises latin america 2 privatization latin america 3 investments spanish latin america i title hd28105t66 2011 3388888 dc22 2010049482 a catalogue record of the book is available from the british library. Pablo toral provides us with important context and background for these remarkable developments in multinational enterprises in latin america since the 1990s he writes that the expansion of spanish firms was a result of their market knowledge and the distinct competitive advantage they brought to their ventures in latin america. Multinational enterprises in latin america since the 1990s provides a new perspective based on an examination of multinationals from a different national context and that pertain mainly to the service sector
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