What percent of this firm is owned by each of the following:
Private foreign individuals, companies or organizations
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
1) Foreign ownership refers to the nationality of the owners. If the primary owner is a foreign national resident in the country, it is still a foreign owned firm. If the owner is another company or institution owned by individuals who are foreign nationals, then it is foreign owned.
Domestic owners are nationals of the country in which the establishment is located. (Follow the same rule for companies.)
A firm that is a subsidiary of a government-owned firm should be considered government-owned.
Firms that operate under a franchise agreement should be classified according to the nationality of those awarded the franchise.