transnational company


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transnational company

for many authors a preferred term for MULTINATIONAL COMPANY.
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The transnational company is not totally beyond the control of national governments.
There was, for example, a transnational company that had bought 28,000 hectares of land in Sierra Leone to grow sugar cane, then to be transformed into bioethanol," said Ziegler.
is a wholly owned subsidiary of the 40-year-old transnational company Lupin Ltd.
Specific topics discussed include the World Banks involuntary resettlement policy in a large mining project run by a Canadian transnational company in Peru, the gendered aspects of development and displacement in the Sudanese oil and energy sectors, displacement attributable to neoliberal land tenure reform in Laos and Thailand, India's Narmada damn project as illustrative of displacement's local (project-specific) and global (policy-oriented) effects, and Costa Ricans of African descent displaced by the establishment of national parks.
Given that the arrival of a transnational company leads a particular industry to a modernization process, it is natural that some non-competitive companies leave the market.
Vauxhall is part of a transnational company which will build the new Astra somewhere and the issue is whether it will be at Ellesmere Port.
Police earlier this week claimed to have made a major breakthrough in investigating the New Delhi blasts with the arrest of a Srinagar-based militant working for a transnational company.
Phil Lynch, vice president and director of communications for Brown-Forman, the-Kentucky-based transnational company that owns Fetzer, said, "Paul will focus on new products, He is a great visionary in the wine industry.
Projecting from present trends into the near future, Neil Hickey of the Columbia Journalism Review paints a "nightmare scenario in which "some transnational company that knows little and cares less about your community .
Researched and written by four internationally renowned historians - 'Die BASF - Eine Unternehmensgeschichte' - contains a study into the route BASF has taken since 1865 to become reportedly the world's largest transnational company.
Monteny discussed BASF's growth from a national organization to the transnational company it has become.

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