This book has proved the simplicity of commonly held views about the negative effects of MNEs’ global strategies on the State, and has shown the difficulty of capturing the complexity and dynamism of MNEs-States relations. While the Ford Motor Co. case study cannot serve as the basis for broad generalizations about MNEs’ strategies and their impact on different countries, it does suggest a number of propositions and hypotheses that warrant further empirical study. The Ford case also provides important insights about the factors that shape MNEs’ strategies, particularly global integration strategies.