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Affiliate

Hospital practice
(1) An associate.
(2) An association between two or more parties or institutions.
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As gauged by the location quotient, the R&D of matched majority-owned U.
Industry-level SIRD data from the link project indicate that 78 percent of the R&D performed by matched majority-owned U.
863, considerably higher than the median for R&D by majority-owned U.
parents varies much less across states than the location quotient for U.
The R&D data presented in this article were obtained by linking company-specific information from the Survey of Industrial Research and Development (SIRD) conducted by the Census Bureau for the National Science Foundation with information on majority-owned U.
The matched data presented in this article were obtained from simple aggregations of sample microdata, cover only matched companies, and do not represent the universe of all R&D-performing parent companies or U.
Together, large affiliates (those with 1,001-10,000 employees) and very large affiliates accounted for nearly three-quarters of services exported by U.
Engagement in goods importing was much more common than services importing: nearly half of U.
affiliate, who would act mainly as a distributor with minimal processing and assembly functions, or by licensing their industrial processes and product designs to the U.
direct investment abroad, the annual and benchmark surveys collect detailed information on the finances and operations of U.
In this article, the focus is on majority-owned affiliates rather than all U.
affiliates" is used for the remainder of this article to refer to majority-owned U.