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multinational

1. (of a large business company) operating in several countries
2. such a company
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Speakers have expressed these views during the conference on Role of Multinationals in the Economic Development held here at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) on Thursday.
The plaintiffs allege that some of the world's most visible multinationals indirectly caused injury when products or services they sold to the South African government were used to undermine human rights during the apartheid era.
In 1995, Barings Bank, a London-based multinational financial institution, collapsed after a single trader in the bank's Singapore office lost $1.
An insider's monthly newsletter to help readers increase direct to customer sales of publications in multinational markets.
While there is apparently a valid argument for the long-term environmental benefits resulting from industrial globalization irrespective of initial harmful environmental effects, the other part of the story on globalization's environmental effects deals with evolution of a different sort--the evolution of environmental thinking on the part of many multinational corporations.
We have, in short, a global system of the multinationals, by the multinationals, and for the multinationals.
Sourcing issues should be considered when recommending a form of entity for a multinational corporation.
That's because China and a host of American multinational corporations with a stake in the matter have created a powerful lobby whose views on trade prevail year in and year out in Washington.
Canada proposes to lead the multinational force of up to 15,000 troops drawn from perhaps one dozen nations to deliver food, water and medicine to the desperate refugees as soon as the U.
As in any multinational context, reduction of overall group taxes by reference to the effect of transfer prices on the allocation of overall profit between the members of the group will turn on (1) tax rate arbitrage (i.
To develop its report, Ernst & Young polled CEOs, CFOs, corporate planning directors and international operations directors at 230 of the world's 1000 largest multinational corporations with headquarters in the U.
In the most orthodox trade models, there is no acknowledgement at all of colonialism or imperialism, developed and underdeveloped countries, technological differences, multinational corporations, or an International Monetary Fund.

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