A MacDonald restaurant in downtown Sao Paulo. Multinationals are responsible for nearly one fourth of the nation's industrial production and nearly thirty percent of its manufactured exports. The largest investors include the United States, West Germany, Japan, Switzerland and Great Britain in order of direct investment.Um restaurante MacDonald's no centro de São Paulo. Multinacionais são responsáveis por quase um quarto da produção nacional industrial e quase trinta por cento dos manufaturados exportados. Os maiores investidores em ordem de investimento incluem os Estados Unidos, a Alemanha, o Japão, a Suécia e a Grã Bretanha.
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Brazil: Sao Paulo