European direct investment in U.S.     Print

Foreign Companies That Aren’t So Foreign by D.C. Denison in the Boston Globe (10/16). European direct investment in the U.S. is a sustaining force for American employment across the country.  In Massachusetts, for example, nearly 120,000 people are employed at popular “local” businesses that are actually European-owned companies – mainly from Britain, France, Germany and the Netherlands. Awareness of this transatlantic stake sensitizes people in the Boston area to the implications of the eurozone crisis. Recommended by European Affairs. (10/19)