The new, prudent age of the multinational will have costs.
Clinton had taken office trumpeting enthusiasm for multinational humanitarian and peacekeeping operations.
However, some would argue that there are cases of multinational democratic states: Canada, Belgium, and perhaps Switzerland (depending upon whether one regards the last as multinational or merely multi-ethnic).
Unlike in-house workers, the security guards, who are employed by Noonan services, part of the multinational outsourcing conglomerate Bidvest, receive just the statutory minimum sick pay, annual and parental leave, and pension contributions, UVW said.
Multinational firms started to be seen as agents of inequality.
At a German multinational, “the whole board is away for August,” admits a spokesperson.
By one recent estimate, close to 40% of multinational profits are shifted to low-tax countries each year.
For their different reasons each thought that multinational firms would provide superior financial or economic performance.
His chance to migrate came when the multinational firm he worked for as an accountant sent him from Lagos to England for training.
As multinational firms come to make ever more of their money from technology services they become yet more vulnerable to a backlash.
Multinational companies broadly have been under pressure in China, with technology companies, automakers and food manufacturers under investigation.
Some multinational companies that chose Hong Kong as a base for doing business with China have begun considering moves to other locations, including Singapore.
Whether the multinational executives who jet into international conferences, imbibing good wine and bad speeches, are well-placed to spot such opportunities is questionable.
Between March and the start of Allied Spirit in June, US Army officials and allies "did some collective thinking" about how to conduct large-scale, multinational exercises "while protecting that force, while protecting the local populace," Bernabe said.
Downing Street says it has asked three things of the overseas territories and Crown dependencies: the automatic exchange of tax information; a common reporting standard for multinational companies; and central registries so people know who owns companies.
Multinational outsourcing giant Serco gave staff at a Melbourne call centre just 24 hours’ notice before standing them down without pay indefinitely because of a Covid-19 outbreak, after they had spent months helping Australia’s surging numbers of unemployed.
Nearly two thirds of people in leading Western European countries would consider augmenting the human body with technology to improve their lives, mostly to improve health, according to research commissioned by Kaspersky, a multinational cybersecurity company.
The group’s activities include promoting regional economic strategies, aiding in the development of multinational enterprises, promoting agreements on agricultural and industrial production, and enhancing the sharing of scientific, technological, and cultural resources.
He says the government “expects and hopes that our EU friends will honour all contracts”, and that the creation of the vaccine has been a multinational effort and the delivery of the vaccine will be multinational as well because the virus knows no borders.
His mission is to maintain oversight of the Stellantis board and support Tavares in the integration of what is now the most multinational of automakers, at a time when multinational complexity has fallen from favor, with agile upstarts such as Tesla capturing market share in the burgeoning electric-vehicle space.
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His mission is to maintain oversight of the Stellantis board and support Tavares in the integration of what is now the most multinational of automakers at a time when multinational complexity has fallen from favor with agile upstarts such as Tesla capturing market share in the burgeoning electric-vehicle space