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On this principle, all firms producing for a single market would be taxed at the same rate, no matter where their owners lived. Unfortunately, one cannot secure both kinds of neutrality unless all tax rates are the same. Although many countries seek export neutrality in their taxation of foreign-source income, several have departed from this principle to stimulate private investment in the less developed countries. S. firms investing in Latin America and other low-income areas. Other governments give similar concessions.
Private investment grew large again in the 1950s, propelling the economic integration of the Atlantic economy and aiding development at the periphery. But the source, destination, and composition of private capital were different in each period. Before World War n. Britain was the world's largest foreign investor in the nineteenth century. By 1914, her overseas assets totaled $18,000 million (see Table 3). France and Germany also supplied capital, but on a smaller scale. Table 3 — Value of major foreign investments, 79737974 (millions of dollars) Investments by: United Kingdom France Germany United States Other countries Total fnvesfmenfs in: 18,000 9,000 5,800 3,500 7,700 44,000 Europe North America Latin America Asia Other countries Total 12,000 10,500 8,500 6,000 7,000 44,000 Source: Adapted from North 1962, p.
Of Chicago Press. S. private capital exports, 1962 (millions of dollars) Total private foreign investment 4,475 Direct investment (including reinvestment) Purchases of long-term foreign securities (net) Purchases of new foreign issues Purchases of outstanding issues (net) Less redemptions of foreign issues 2,759 961 1,076 55 — 170 Other long-term lending and investment (net) IV PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MOVEMENTS Private international capital movements are transactions that create or transfer financial claims between the residents of different countries.