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Survey: New Concerns About Foreign Operations?

By Kip Krumwiede, CMA, CPA
April 1, 2017
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Under the new U.S. Presidential administration, companies have been under more pressure to locate their operations in the United States. In a January 2017 IMA® (Institute of Management Accountants) survey, organizations reported the following percentages of operations outside the U.S.:

 

37%

have no foreign operations.

 

34%

have fewer than 20% of operations outside the U.S.

 

19%

have between 20% and 50%.

 

10%

have more than 50%.

 

For more information on the “Corporate Investment Outlook for 2017,” visit the IMA Pulse blog.

 

Kip Krumwiede, CMA, CPA, Ph.D., is the director of research for IMA. He can be reached at (201) 474-1732 or kkrumwiede@imanet.org.
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