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U.S. subsidiaries of foreign companies account for nearly 5 percent of American private-sector employment and 13 percent of manufacturing jobs.
U.S. subsidiary companies account for 13 percent of American manufacturing jobs. Their collective payrolls account for more than $408 billion in wages paid. These workers are typically better compensated by a third as compared to employees of homegrown U.S. companies. Average salary per worker at U.S. subsidiaries is more than $73,000.
These companies also make significant investments on their physical facilities. They spend $187.5 billion on building or expanding new plants and purchasing new equipment.
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