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multinational

1. (of a large business company) operating in several countries
2. such a company
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Multinationalism and multi-ethnic, multi-cultural world orders are everywhere coming into being and are producing apparently unmanageable problems of governance--as well as the garbage of anti-foreigness, anti-semitism, and anti-modernism.
For many companies, the location of corporate headquarters remains a serious stumbling block to multinationalism.
Gamble and Wright compile a group of 13 essays by UK scholars in history, politics, and government that explore the question of what Britishness is, in response to Gordon Brown's attempt to revive the idea of British identity during a time of increasing diversity, multinationalism, and fragmentation of British society.
This last section will incorporate critical reflections going beyond the description of this current literature, touching on topics such as multinationalism and plural identities, trust and loyalty, and the whole matter concerning the rebalancing of our federal regime.
But these days globalism can mean a lot of things, most of which have to do with economic multinationalism and reactionary geopolitical alliances.
The technology of the worldwide web, Travis argues, "enables more people to form the empirical collectivity than ever before and from a much wider range of international cultures" (114), turning cyberspace into "an analogue for the invisible space of a postmodern multinationalism.
Federalism, citizenship, and Quebec; debating multinationalism.
26) I have incorporated multinationalism into some of my own work (27) and indeed employed "Multinational Canada" in the subtitle of a critique of the Charlottetown Accord.
The national pavilions, with their "It's a Small World" feel, form a famously rigid, dated structure, but I almost preferred them to the Gesamtkunstwerk multinationalism of the reinstated Aperto.
Travlos, 1988, "The Effects of Corporate Multinationalism on Shareholder's Wealth: Evidence from International Acquisitions," Journal of Finance 43, 1161-1175.
Thus, long-term relational contracts make sense at this stage of multinationalism.

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