gm returns to South Africa 10 years after independence

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September 16, 2016

 

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Most companies In GM's position were leaving South Africa because they wanted to force the South African government into abolishing its apartheid ways and force them to adapt a democratic system. Most multinationals are big enough to affect a countries economy either by joining the economy or by withdrawing from the economy...
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When a foreign company pulls out as is in the case of GM, they are sending a strong message not only to the country that they are pulling out from, but to the international community and whole world. So by doing this a multinational company would be achieving several results. 1. they would be letting the world know that they do not support apartheid...
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