multinational


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multinational

1. (of a large business company) operating in several countries
2. such a company
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In addition, Equant was named a Multinational Cisco Gold Partner in Asia Pacific and was named Cisco Service Provider of the Year in CIS and Russia.
EMPS, which is delivered through a partnership with FrontBridge Technologies, also enables multinational businesses to implement an e-mail risk management program, comply with government and industry regulations, minimize corporate liability and guarantee security while vastly reducing the load on internal resources, hardware, software and bandwidth.
Telemark's statistically valid report surveys hundreds of multinationals on 32 different attributes relating to their managed IP service provider.
Mr Morrison said: Our multinational tax laws are having an impact and we now have one of the toughest, if not the toughest, anti-avoidance tax regimes in the world.
As multinational companies operate in more than one country so this requires them to have large amount of assets and sales dispersed in different countries.
Mian Nauman Kabir said that multinational companies are contributing greatly to the economy of Pakistan and playing a key role in various areas of the economy.
The authors also find that the ETRs of multinationals remained relatively stable from 2006 through 2011, with Japan and the United States consistently ranking high in their ETRs and other lower-tax havens and countries ranking low.
34 percent of multinational corporations (MNCs) have elevated responsibility for transfer pricing policies to the CFO level.
There is no question that aspiring Chinese multinationals suffer from many weaknesses, including blurred governance and relative ignorance about global consumers.
Moreover, in 1999, the United Nations Sub-Commission on Human Rights established a working group to develop draft principles related to the human rights conduct of multinational businesses.
Examines the increasing trend of multinational companies establishing ethics policies

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