Foreign Direct Investment in the United States (FDIUS)
Activities of U.S. Affiliates of Foreign Multinational Enterprises
The activities of multinational enterprises statistics available here provide a picture of the overall activities of U.S. affiliates of foreign parents and contain a wide variety of indicators of their financial structure and operations. These statistics cover items that are needed in analyzing the characteristics, performance, and economic impact of MNEs, and are obtained from mandatory surveys of U.S. affiliates of foreign parents conducted by BEA.
Frequently Requested Tables
Historical data are available under “Comprehensive Data on the Activities of U.S. Affiliates” (below). Please note that prior to 2007, the annual data did not include bank affiliates.
Majority-Owned U.S. Affiliates (Including Banks)
- Selected Data by Country 2007-2014 (Excel)
- Selected Data by Industry 2007-2014 (Excel)
- Employment by Industry and Country 2007-2014 (Excel)
- Value Added by Industry and Country 2007-2014 (Excel)
- Sales by Industry and Country 2007-2014 (Excel)
- Assets by Industry and Country 2007-2014 (Excel)
- Employment by State and Country 2007-2014 (Excel)
- Employment by State and Industry 2007-2014 (Excel)
All (Majority- and Minority-Owned) U.S. Affiliates (Including Banks)
Comprehensive Data on the Activities of U.S. Affiliates
Please note that the Nonbank U.S. Affiliates series ended with 2006. Beginning with 2007, it was replaced by a series that includes both bank and nonbank affiliates.
Establishment Data from BEA-Census Link
Detailed establishment data for U.S. affiliates of foreign parents obtained from a project that links Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) enterprise, or company, data on foreign direct investment in the United States with the Census Bureau's establishment data for all U.S. companies. The data are presented by detailed industry, by country of ultimate beneficial owner, and by State.
BEA has adopted the use of standard international terminology in BEA’s international economic accounts by replacing the term “multinational companies” with “multinational enterprises” and the term “financial and operating (F&O)” statistics with “activities of multinational enterprises (AMNE).” This change in terminology reflects BEA’s effort to conform more closely with international guidelines and does not affect the actual statistics produced.