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Exports and overseas production are alternative modes for serving foreign customers. Empirical studies usually find that foreign markets are served through both modes and that countries receiving high levels of exports also host large amounts of foreign direct investment (FDI). This paper evaluates several possible ways to reconcile the facts about FDI and exports with the standard theory of multinational corporations. We argue that coexistence and correlation of FDI and exports are consistentdoi:10.1093/oxrep/grh024 fatcat:34bxhdij3bdshf7nnf7fd4c5ae