Multinational Corporations

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August 30, 2014

 

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based companies in the post World War II period. Western European and Japanese firms followed later. • By 1995 the total number of multinationals exceeded 37,000 with 206,000 affiliates around the world. They are engaged in activities ranging from extractive to manufacturing and they account for a significant share of the world's output...
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They are engaged in activities ranging from extractive to manufacturing and they account for a significant share of the world's output. DEFINITION OF THE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION Different terms abound for the multinational corporation. The most common of such terms are as follows: • Global corporation • World transnational corporation • International corporation • Supernational corporation • Supranational corporation • Multinational corporation • The term enterprise is often substituted for "corporation" to refer to internationally involved entities that may not be using a corporate form...
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