McKinsey: Growth and competitiveness in the United States: The role of its multinational companies
McKinsey finds that multinational corporations play a critical role in the United States economy.
The effect of these businesses on American trade is significant. Multinationals represent approximately half of the country's exports and more than a third of imports, a favorable trade balance for the United States.
The report also surveyed 26 senior executives from some of America's biggest multinationals. Many said current U.S. policies on corporate tax, immigration limits on skilled workers, and bureaucratic obstacles discourage investment at home. Some were concerned about the country's ability to compete for future corporate investment and jobs.
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