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In the 1970's, due to a number of factors only one of which is the new-found wealth of the oil-producing nations, the volume of foreign direct investment in the United States has increased dramatically. The magnitude of this capital inflow, while it is doubtless beneficial in many respects, has caused widespread alarm over the possibility of a loss of economic sovereignty. Over the last several years efforts have been made to establish a national system of control over such investment. These efforts are continuing, but so far without conspicuous success.



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