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MNC

Abbreviation for:
Modernising Nursing Careers  
mononuclear cells
multinucleated cells
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Thus, simply because a foreign state in which a multinational corporation operates does not have a minimum wage law, or the minimum wage established is extremely low, a multinational corporation is not absolved from paying its workers a decent wage.
One way multinational corporations keep profits high is by keeping worker compensation low here in the United States.
The organization's rather glowing report found that multinational corporations produce less pollution per unit of output than domestic firms and serve as catalysts for economy-wide environmental performance improvements.
Remember when we used to talk about multinational corporations, and people would roll their eyes?
Thus, tax rules can -- and do -- affect the decisions of multinational corporations, and the affected governments must respond accordingly.
According to figures from the International Trade Commission, imports of new pneumatic tires and tubes, particularly from Canada and Brazil, have been mostly related-party transactions by multinational corporations.
The CJC has expressed concern over reports that Anglicans may follow the lead of the Presbyterian Church (USA), which voted last year to withdraw from holdings in multinational corporations doing business in Israel as a way of pressuring the Israeli government to withdraw its armed forces from occupied areas of the West Bank and Gaza.
They fault multinational corporations for offering low wages.
multinational corporations, foreign-owned companies, foreign governments, and other special interests.
In our view, the primary beneficiaries of the treaties will be - not foreign multinational corporations - but U.
It should be obvious that studies and reports--however objective and empirical--which document the failures of NAFTA are not going to be welcomed by the powerful multinational corporations, conservative politicians, and orthodox economists who were responsible for the agreement in the first place and who are among the few who stand to benefit from it (though at the expense of others).
The left, for its part, was busily blaming multinational corporations for the plight of the Third World.
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