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Financing of multinational companies

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The Federal Republic of Germany has been one of the world's leading export nations for many years. The export volume rose from a good DM 350 billion in 1980 to around DM 527 billion in 19861. In 1986 the Federal Republic of Germany ousted the USA from number one in the world export rankings and is now ahead of the USA and Japan. Even if this change of position is mainly due to the exchange rate, it shows the extent to which German companies are at home on the world's export markets.

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