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    In developing countries there are more and more multinational companies which tried to develop their business, but this situation that would had influence to personal, local companies and living, even government, political or society environment (BBC). For granted the positive and negative of impact are simultaneously, the positive that the multinational companies improved the country economics and increased freedom on marketing. In contrast, there are negative effect to society such as a reducing of traditional crafts, competitive dropping of local companies and political effect of government (Farrell, 2003). In article which will show the social responsibility of multinational companies and the factors of influences to the developing countries, moreover that are including the solution of negative effect of the multinational companies. Jobs created is one of the…

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    research the positives and some of the necessary steps that may need to be considered to achieve success Internationally as a Manager of a Multinational company. The Management for the Multinational Corporation is a very dynamic field to explore. Management for the Multinational Corporation face unique and sometimes precarious obstacles to be successful, conversely, if done correctly, with forethought and compassion the financial rewards that can be reaped by the Corporate Management team or…

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    The multinational company is growing in globalisation. Why, globalisation procuring opportunity and threat. Therefore, manager should correct decision. Firstly, manager should introduction strength, weakness, opportunity and threat in the company. Manager has to identify the human nature and uses some methods that can cause to be a friend of his employees. This situation results in higher performance because the employees are compelled to love to the company and try to do their best in the…

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    Management of Multinational Companies How multinational companies manage employees in other countries is actually quite interesting. Some might think employees in other countries are managed headquarters or local offices, and in some corporations this is true. Some companies will use a combination of corporate and local management. Some companies will use corporate management only. The choice to use corporate or local management is mostly based on the culture of the local company. When an…

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    Johnson and Johnson is a multinational company which deals in pharmaceutical and consumer packaged goods. The company was established by Robert Wood Johnson, James Wood Johnson and Edward Wood Johnson in New Brunswick, New Jersey in the year of 1880. In the year of 2014, Johnson and Johnson had a newt income of $16.323 billion with it’s total assets amounting to $131.119 billion. Its overall revenue was recorded at $74.331 billion under which a staggering 126,500 employees work under. The…

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    APPLE: APPLE is a well-known multinational technology company that is located in California, USA. It creates various electronic gadgets such as Personal computers, Smartphones and Servers etc. Apple is famous for its products like iPhone, iPad tablet, iPod, Smartwatch and above all Macintosh computer. These products are acknowledged for their quality and awesome features. Apple has its software unit which has developed OS X and iOS operating system. Few years back, Apple also started its online…

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    Introduction There is an expectation by consumers, stakeholders, regulating agencies, and the industry that companies will conduct their business in an ethical manner, much less be involved in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects for the betterment of society. This new business obligation then leads the consumer(s) to require corporations to have integrity steering their actions and own “good behavior” (Hinkley, 2012 p 271). “As agents of global change, multinational firms are acting…

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    MNC or Multi National Corporations have branches in other countries and the head office , which is centralised and coordinates global management, is usually located in the home country the company was founded. Some characteristics that MNCs include will be that it involves a large scale of business , Productive organization, ability to transfer technology and evolves in high efficiency.Examples of MNCs include Nike,Cotton on, Mac Donalds & Apple. LDC stands for Less Developed Countries . LDC is…

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    1. Q: What are MNCs and how are they different from other business companies? MNC is a type of company that owns or controls production of goods or services in one or more countries other than their home country. Sometimes there are wrong perceptions from people to differentiate the MNCs and TNC. TNC is basically a commercial enterprise that operates substantial facilities, does business in more than one country and not consider any particular country its national home. The MNCs have their…

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    determine how much the headquarters influences the operation of country divisions of a multinational corporation. It is argued that companies meet greater efficiency and economies of scale when there is an effective coordination of marketing policies within all the divisions of a multinational corporation. Coordination of country division by the headquarters is more productive for multinational corporations dealing with consumer goods than when the divisions are left to make sole decisions. By…

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