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multinational

1. (of a large business company) operating in several countries
2. such a company
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9 billion in tax liabilities against a group of seven multinational companies.
Multinationals can sometimes take over other companies and merge to gain more market share and increase the sales.
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 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.
There is no question that aspiring Chinese multinationals suffer from many weaknesses, including blurred governance and relative ignorance about global consumers.
The researchers point out that foreign direct investment is positively correlated with the number of International Labor Organization conventions ratified, and that multinational investment "is positively correlated with the right to establish free unions, the right to strike, the right to collective bargaining, and the protection of union members.
Finally, a growing number of multinationals publicly acknowledge their human rights responsibilities (a listing of firms with specific human rights priorities is available at www.
Marty Taylor, a vice president at the Institute for Global Ethics, a nonprofit in Camden, Maine, says multinationals that have had overseas offices for years are beginning to recognize they are partly responsible for establishing the business culture in foreign countries.
This move breaks new ground in China by offering local and multinational companies a full range of consultancy and brokerage services and asset services.
The degree to which multinational corporations improve or deteriorate the environment in developing countries depends largely on which industry you're talking about, French says, pointing to the asbestos industry as a case in point.
Now, finally, Americans are appreciating that when multinationals call the shots, many of the things we hold precious are in jeopardy.
multinationals, TRA '97 Section 1105(b) amended Sec.

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