Multi-National Enterprises (MNE's) are huge organizations which boundaries of influenza and philosophy exceed those of the home country they originate. They are a very real and important part of the business world in which we live today. Companies such as IBM, McDonald's, Microsoft, Nike, Starbucks and Wal-Mart, to name but a few, are huge organizations which sales and profits often far exceed the Gross National Product (GNP) and Gross National Income (GNI) of many countries Egypt states. Such wealth and resources often, as in most walks of life, coincide with power. The way in which such organizations use their 'purchased' power is the topic of much debate . The emphasis they place on satisficing their 'stakeholder needs' can vary between companies and also between the countries they invest in. An MNE's stakeholders are as numerous as they are varied, ranging from shareholders, employees and directors to government / political parties, local communities and environmental…

Source by Ian Worthington

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