multinational


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multinational

1. (of a large business company) operating in several countries
2. such a company
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When asked which particular areas they believe their multinational operations are most exposed to today, 46 percent of respondents highlight directors and officers risk, 39 percent say environmental risk, 38 percent point to reputational risk and 35 percent say liability risk are their top exposures.
AMD announced today the appointment of Yves Nguyen Dinh An as new head of multinational accounts and consumer business for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa region (META).
The Global Medical Centers of Excellence Network will be provided at no cost to multinational employers and insurance companies, allowing a transparent cost and pass- through approach.
At first economists did not consider multinational enterprises as a distinctive phenomenon.
Timothy Antigha, a Nigerian army officer who is also the spokesman for the MNJTF, said in a statement reaching Xinhua in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno, that the very last engagement between the multinational force and Boko Haram was on July 29.
Lithuanian military personnel joined the multinational NATO Mission Iraq in January 2019 two soldiers of the Lithuanian Armed Forces were deployed to serve at the operational headquarters in Bagdad.
The proposal for tax transparency for multinationals is still blocked by member state governments, while we are entitled to check whether these companies are paying their taxes where they actually do business.
The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) had imposed tax of Rs300 on the sale of tobacco, which the local farmers termed as granting indirect benefit to the multinational cigarette manufacturers.
'Passionate' is how Rahul Sood, Group Managing Director - Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia, Sun Multinational DMCC, best describes himself, as he elaborates on his deeply embedded roots in the world of hospitality.
I may be just an empty flesh terminal reliant on technology for all my ideas, memories and relationships, but I am confident that all of that everything that makes me a unique human being is still out there somewhere, safe in a theoretical storage space owned by giant, multinational corporations.
He alleged that the multinational tobacco companies gave Rs 294million damage to national exchequer in previous financial year and above 840 workers lost their jobs.
He alleged that the multinational tobacco companies caused Rs294 million in losses to the national exchequer during the previous financial year.

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