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multinational in Companies topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmultinationalmul‧ti‧na‧tion‧al1 /ˌmʌltɪˈnæʃənəl◂/ ●○○ adjective  1 BBCCOUNTRY/NATIONa multinational company has factories, offices, and business activities in many different countries a multinational media corporation2 PGCOUNTRY/NATIONinvolving people from several countries the UN’s multinational peace-keeping force
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multinationalMultinational companies have often been accused of employing cheap labour in developing countries.These are therefore the key markets for most multinational companies.The government is attempting to stimulate the economy by attracting multinational corporations.The recording business is now controlled by multinational corporations.The multinational drug companies are often exploiting that knowledge in their constant search for new and more profitable drugs.With the multinational empires torn apart, are the multinational nations next?a multinational force sponsored by the UNa multinational manufacturerThey are adept at arranging huge loans, underwriting stock offerings and putting together multinational mergers.Crucially, in an era of multinational sports commerce, it also travelled better abroad.However, they have been very active in the large multinational textile and assembly factories which employ women almost exclusively.