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multinational

1. (of a large business company) operating in several countries
2. such a company
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Gagnon, of Federalism, Citizenship and Quebec: Debating Multinationalism (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007).
When practiced by non-Russians, however, national anthropology becomes "nationalizing" (natsionaliziruiushchaia) and takes on a much more positive connotation under the rubric of "anthropology of multinationalism.
Davutoglu said Gizem would come to minds whenever one spoke about tolerance and multinationalism, and Gizem gave the message that nobody should let those who killed her live a world which they had dreamt of, every one should embrace his/her neighbors and live together with them whatever their religion, language and race were,.
G, The Effect of Corporate Multinationalism on Shareholder's Wealth: Evidence from International Acquisitions, The Journal of Finance (43: 1988)
This is an attractive proposition for shareholders and supports the theory of corporate multinationalism, especially in the case of US firms expanding into new industry and geographic markets from under-developed countries.
The current slogans for multinationalism, multiculturalism and globalization end in garbing the very core of colonial politics.
The more practical or applied question asks how you build on Quebeckers' perceptions of themselves to think through Canada as a multinational state--in other words, a state in which multinationalism is not a problem to be solved but a constitutive reality to be accommodated.
Consequently, the significance of multinationalism in the workplace is becoming more evident due to the recruitment of local and foreign staff as part of organisational initiatives, when MNCs organise their strategic global operations at both the headquarters and foreign subsidiaries (Chandler, 1986; Adler & Ghadar, 1990; Kobrin, 1994; Choy, 2007).
Fichtner, Paula Sutter (1997), The Habsburg Empire: From Dynasticism to Multinationalism, Malabar, FL: Krieger.
Travlos, "The Effect of Corporate Multinationalism on Shareholders' Wealth: Evidence from International Acquisitions," Journal of Finance, 43 (1988), pp.
Indeed, his federalist alternative seemingly offers much for helping resolve 'soft' multinationalism, enabling neighbouring national communities to come to terms with one another by encouraging nation-building as a fair and satisfactory alternative to national self-determination.
If we don't stem the tide of multinationalism through trade law reform, then between 42 million and 56 million of the 140 million U.

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