Definition of Multinationals

1. Noun. (plural of multinational) ¹



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Definition of Multinationals

1. multinational [n] - See also: multinational

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Multinationals

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multimonth
multimorbid
multimorbidities
multimorbidity
multimorphemic
multimorphism
multimorphisms
multimove
multimovement
multimuseum
multimutated
multinarrative
multination
multinational
multinationals (current term)
multinetwork
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multinight
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multinomial
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multinomials
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Literary usage of Multinationals

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1. The Foreign Factor: The Multinational Corporation's Contribution to the by Chi Schive, Ch'i Hsueh (1990)
"... Taiwan's Outward Investment: Native multinationals Taiwanese companies began to go abroad at a significant level only in the 1970s, about ten years ..."

2. OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard by OECD Staff, Dirk Pilat, SourceOECD (Online service), OCDE, Organisation for Economic Co-Operation, Development, OECD (2003)
"The contribution of multinationals to value added and labour productivity In Ireland, over 63% of value added in the manufacturing sector in 2000 was ..."

3. Capital (1888)
"multinationals tend to exploit the domestic market. Professor Cohen observes that "the foreign firms are of negligible economic benefit when compared with ..."

4. International Tax Issues Relating to Globalization: Hearing Before the edited by William V. Roth, Jr. (1999)
"The most recent Commerce Department data show that US multinationals were responsible for $407 billion of merchandise exports in 1996—65 percent of all US ..."

5. Mining and the Environment: Case Studies from the Americas by Alyson Warhurst (1999)
"Available data on capital expenditures for pollution abatement confirm that US multinationals spend considerably less overseas than at home (UNCTC 1985). ..."

6. Foreign Industry Analysis of Critical Military and Commercial Technologies by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"The top 300 multinationals account for 25 percent of the world's productive assets. The total number of multinationals has grown fivefold over the past 20 ..."

7. Oecd Economic Surveys: United Kingdom by OECD. (2005)
"(2004) show that across a majority of sectors UK-owned multinationals have a significantly higher R&D intensity than foreign-owned multinationals based in ..."

8. The Foreign Factor: The Multinational Corporation's Contribution to the by Chi Schive, Ch'i Hsueh (1990)
"... Taiwan's Outward Investment: Native multinationals Taiwanese companies began to go abroad at a significant level only in the 1970s, about ten years ..."

9. OECD Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard by OECD Staff, Dirk Pilat, SourceOECD (Online service), OCDE, Organisation for Economic Co-Operation, Development, OECD (2003)
"The contribution of multinationals to value added and labour productivity In Ireland, over 63% of value added in the manufacturing sector in 2000 was ..."

10. Capital (1888)
"multinationals tend to exploit the domestic market. Professor Cohen observes that "the foreign firms are of negligible economic benefit when compared with ..."

11. International Tax Issues Relating to Globalization: Hearing Before the edited by William V. Roth, Jr. (1999)
"The most recent Commerce Department data show that US multinationals were responsible for $407 billion of merchandise exports in 1996—65 percent of all US ..."

12. Mining and the Environment: Case Studies from the Americas by Alyson Warhurst (1999)
"Available data on capital expenditures for pollution abatement confirm that US multinationals spend considerably less overseas than at home (UNCTC 1985). ..."

13. Foreign Industry Analysis of Critical Military and Commercial Technologies by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"The top 300 multinationals account for 25 percent of the world's productive assets. The total number of multinationals has grown fivefold over the past 20 ..."

14. Oecd Economic Surveys: United Kingdom by OECD. (2005)
"(2004) show that across a majority of sectors UK-owned multinationals have a significantly higher R&D intensity than foreign-owned multinationals based in ..."

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