David J. Berger


Recent developments in France, including the opening of French markets and the privatization of many of the companies nationalized in the early 1980s, have made France one of the leading countries for investment by American companies seeking to enter Europe prior to the unified European market in 1992. France's liberalization of foreign investment rules, as well as its lifting of foreign exchange controls, have further helped make French companies among the most attractive for both American and European investors.