transnational company


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transnational company

for many authors a preferred term for MULTINATIONAL COMPANY.
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The transnational company is not totally beyond the control of national governments.
Furthermore, teachers appear as the culprits of students' poor performance in more recent national results of Pruebas Saber published in a newspaper article whose headline reads "English Teachers Also Fail" ("Profesores de ingles", 2011), which additionally mentions how Colombia appears ranked as number 41 out of 44 countries in Education First's (EF, a Swedish transnational company specialized in language training) English Proficiency Index (EPI).
Another Sweden-based company, Sandvik, is not only a high-tech transnational company, but one of the three leading core drill producers in the world.
Tesco is a transnational company that uses its near monopolistic economic power to impose its will on the world.
ISLAMABAD, August 29, 2011 (Balochistan Times): A leading consumer group has protested against the use of religion by a Swiss pharmaceutical transnational company to sell its vaccine tagging it with Halal.
A transnational company, with headquarters in Tokyo, Trend Micro's trusted security solutions are sold through its business partners worldwide.
Founded in 1973, CPP is the only transnational company in China that specializes in engineering prospecting, consulting, designs, procurement, construction and management of long-transport pipeline, auxiliary facilities, medium and large storage tank, electric power, and communications.
There was, for example, a transnational company that had bought 28,000 hectares of land in Sierra Leone to grow sugar cane, then to be transformed into bioethanol," said Ziegler."Nine thousand peasant families used to live on these lands, namely several thousand people who were now being chased from their lands, and would swell the ranks of the slums in the capital," he added.There were similar situations in Mali, Madagascar and other countries, with the financing of the World Bank."This daily crime has to be brought to an end.
is a wholly owned subsidiary of the 40-year-old transnational company Lupin Ltd., which is among the top five pharmaceutical suppliers in India.

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