1 edition of Control by transnational corporations over dry bulk cargo movements found in the catalog.
Control by transnational corporations over dry bulk cargo movements
|Statement||by the UNCTAD Secretariat, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.|
|Contributions||United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Secretariat.|
|LC Classifications||HE595.B84 C66 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||83168819|
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Multinational corporations have ability to expand production and other. Transnational corporations exert significant influence over the domestic and foreign policies of the Northern industrialized government that host them.
Surprise. Indeed, the interests of the most powerful governments in the world are often intimately intertwined with the expanding pursuits of the transnationals that they charter. In order of appearance, Transnational Corporation, Zenith Bank, Fidelity Bank, Oando and Access Bank end the trading day as top performers in terms of volume while Zenith Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank, Nestle Nigeria, Access Bank and FBN Holdings made up the top.
Investment by foreign companies in the United States has grown as has U.S. investment abroad. In fact, U.S. foreign investment has grown, in real terms, from an average of $ billion per year in the s to an average of $ billion in the first half of the s (in constant dollars), and from percent of our Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to percent [PPI ].
Transnational corporations & Third World "The immiseration of the majority is an integral part of the Free World package for the Third World, the unsavory aspects of the package -- the terror, the direct spoilation of people and resources, and western complicity -- must be.
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