This short paper is based on the information provided by twenty eight firms. The sectors in which these companies were involved included: chemical and oil products; clothing and knitwear; electrical and instrument engineering; electronics and microprocessor based equipment; food and drink; mechanical engineering and metal goods; oil and engineering; paper, board and products packaging; rubber and plastic products; and textile products (natural and synthetic).Section 2 discusses the impact these firms had on local capital formation, and technology and managerial skill transfer. Employment and international trade effects will be reported in sections 3 4 respectively. Section 5 provides conclusions.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Quarterly Economic Commentary|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 1994|
- multinational enterprises
- Tayside economy
- Scottish economy