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问题:

第二次世界大战后,发达资本主义国家之间投资的主体和形式是( )A.私人直接投资B.跨国公司

第二次世界大战后,发达资本主义国家之间投资的主体和形式是( )

A.私人直接投资

B.跨国公司直接投资

C.私人间接投资

D.国家直接投资


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正确答案:B

 二战后,随着科技、政治条件的深刻变化,发达资本主义国家之间投资的主体和形式由原来主要是私人间接投资变为跨国公司直接投资。

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