The Role Of Multinational Companies

1734 WordsDec 9, 20147 Pages
Introduction Competitiveness has become one of the most important determinants of both prospects and assesses the functioning of the company in the market, and is seen as a determinant development. Competition between companies is an inherent characteristic of a market economy. From the practical point of view it is important to recognize and understand the conditions and factors that have an impact on the competitiveness of enterprises. Drafted the research problem requires a comprehensive approach - including the aspects and characteristics of the MNE, foreign investment importance and competitive advantage. Multinational companies The role of multinational companies (MNEs) in international trade has become very great importance in the last 20 years. This is in large part to the increase in the integration of national economies and technological progress, in particular in the area of communication. The growing importance of MNEs develop complex issue of taxation on both the tax administration as well as MNEs, since the regulations of each country in the taxation of MNEs can be considered in isolation, but should be considered in the wider international importance (Grimwade, 2000). The concept of foreign direct investment (FDI) is closely related to the definition of transnational corporation (MNE, MNC, transnational corporations). In the literature, there are several definitions describing the features that should have a firm considered as multinational enterprises.
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