Taking Japanese Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) strategy, arguably the model of FDI, Young-Chan Kim takes a revealing look at why the United Kingdom (UK) has dominated among the EU member states for FDI destination, while ironically losing its nationalized car manufacturers. Scholars of business history, international business and business economics will find this work invaluable.Suzuki takes a 49% interest in Land Rover Santana (Linares, Spain) to manufacture Samurai small 4x4 a#39;s. ... 50% of the equity of Univex (Vila Franca de Xira, Portugal) and starts production of L200 and L300 light commercial vehicles from CKD kits. ... Opening of the Nissan Motor Parts Centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
|Title||:||Japanese Inward Investment in UK Car Manufacturing|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Pub Limited - 2002-01|