Direct investment position of the United States in Mexico from 2000 to 2017 (in billion U.S. dollars, on a historical-cost basis)

Direct investment position of the U.S. in Mexico 2000-2017 This statistic shows the direct investment position of the United States in Europe from 2000 to 2017, on a historical-cost basis. In 2017, the U.S. investments made in Europe were valued at approximately 109.67 billion U.S. dollars. The total direct position of the United States abroad amounted to 6.01 trillion U.S. dollars in 2017.
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Direct investments in billion U.S. dollars
200039.35
200152.54
200256.3
200356.85
200463.38
200573.69
200682.97
200791.05
200887.44
200984.05
201085.75
201185.6
2012104.39
201386.43
201494.48
2015101.33
2016100.73
2017109.67
Direct investments in billion U.S. dollars
200039.35
200152.54
200256.3
200356.85
200463.38
200573.69
200682.97
200791.05
200887.44
200984.05
201085.75
201185.6
2012104.39
201386.43
201494.48
2015101.33
2016100.73
2017109.67
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This statistic shows the direct investment position of the United States in Europe from 2000 to 2017, on a historical-cost basis. In 2017, the U.S. investments made in Europe were valued at approximately 109.67 billion U.S. dollars. The total direct position of the United States abroad amounted to 6.01 trillion U.S. dollars in 2017.
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Release date
July 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2000 to 2017
Supplementary notes
In accounting, historical cost is the original monetary value of an economic item. Historical cost is based on the stable measuring unit assumption. In some circumstances, assets and liabilities may be shown at their historical cost, as if there had been no change in value since the date of acquisition.
U.S. direct investment abroad is defined as ownership by a U.S. investor of at least 10 percent of a foreign business. The direct investor is known as a U.S. parent, and the U.S.-owned foreign business is known as a foreign affiliate. International transactions statistics cover the foreign affiliates’ transactions with their U.S. parents, so these statistics focus on the U.S. parent’s share, or interest, in its affiliates rather than on the affiliates’ overall size or level of operations. The major items include capital flows, which measure the funds that U.S. parents provide to their foreign affiliates, and income, which measures the return on those funds. Direct investment position statistics are stocks and are cumulative; they measure the total outstanding level of U.S. direct investment abroad at year end.

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