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MNE

abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) Montenegro (international car registration)
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What if one out of every three multinational corporation CEO's were raped every year?
When asked if the tram project will be limited to local companies or if it is open to multinational corporations, Azharuddin said that will be discussed later on with the government.
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Accordingly, this article argues that through robust corporate social responsibility practices and international organization regulations, globalization and the rise of the multinational corporation can serve as a source of improved labor rights within both developed and developing countries.
The relevant credentials of a professor of finance to write on the role of multinational corporations are perhaps obvious.
Two core decisions with regard to international activities are dealt with in Part III and IV respectively: the coordination of internationally dispersed activities in a Multinational Corporation on the one hand, and the foreign operation mode on the other hand.
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