Foreign Direct Investment in Corporations - Restrictions in the United States and in Brazil on the grounds of National DefenseOregon Review of International Law (2007)
AbstractThe countries should consider that the protection from international trade and investment distorts competition among corporations and multinationals and that the restriction of such issues brings the risk of getting from abroad the same behavior in terms of retaliation from its trading partners.
Publication DateJuly, 2007
Citation InformationMarcelo Moscogliato. "Foreign Direct Investment in Corporations - Restrictions in the United States and in Brazil on the grounds of National Defense" Oregon Review of International Law Vol. 9 Iss. 1 (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/moscogliato/1/