transnational corporations in host developing countries

Koh, Mun-Har (1983) transnational corporations in host developing countries The University of Queensland:

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Author Koh, Mun-Har
Title of report transnational corporations in host developing countries
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Publication date 1983
Place of publication The University of Queensland
Total pages 161
Language eng
Subjects 1503 Business and Management
Formatted abstract
This Research Project investigates the role of the Transnational Corporations in the growth and development of the developing countries.

The history of the Transnational Corporations is reviewed briefly, and then the activities of the Transnational Corporations in the Less Developed Countries are considered in some detail. Next, the important issue of the role of the Transnational Corporations as transmitters, transferors and dissemi11atoI'S of technology is studied.

One of the activities of the Transnational Corporations that has earned a great deal of criticism is their practice of transfer pricing directed primarily to the minimisation of their tax liabilities in the host countries. This important issue is considered at length.

Finally, an attempt is made to evaluate the contribution of the Transnational Corporations to tile development of Singapore over the period 1965 to the present.


Document type: Research Report
Collection: MBA reports
 
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