A transnational corporation is a company whose operations extend beyond the boundaries of the country in which it is registered. In some cases TNCs are relatively small, only operating just over a nearby border. However, Trade for Life is more concerned with the very large TNCs.
Same as multinational corporation, though for some reason this term seems to be preferred by those who don't like them. A corporation whose national identity is a matter of convenience only, and that will move its headquarters readily in response to incentives.
Another term for a multinational corporation.
a corporation that conducts business in several states and is not located in any single state. Transnational corporations do not have to obey the laws of any state.
A large corporation operating internationally (same as a multinational).
( TNC) Companies which operate in more than one country but retains ownership and control in its home country.
a private profit-making organization that performs activities of production, distribution, and research in more than one country
A multinational corporation that operates.
A corporation that is not based in any one country but may maintain corporate offices in several countries.
Corporations that operate in multiple countries and can move their products, personnel, and even factories to the location that would be the most profitable.
A Transnational Corporation or a Multi-National Corporation is a company that operates in more than one country. Often TNCs are based in one country and operate through affiliates overseas.
corporation whose operations transcend international borders
Also known as a multinational corporation.
Firms that have branches and operatons in several countries