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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Organizations relating to Multinationals

Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1973
Transnationals Information Exchange / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1978
Tripartite Declaration of Principles Concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy / Est. 1977
Corporate Accountability International / Boston MA, USA / Est. 1977
European /Churches-Businesses/ Symposium / Paris, France / Est. 1975
Intergovernmental Working Group of Experts on International Standards of Accounting and Reporting / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1982
China International Institute for the Promotion of Multinational Corporations / Beijing, China / Est. 1993

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World Problems relating to Multinationals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Oligopolies
Excessive independence of transnational corporations
Monopoly of the media
Imperialistic distribution system
Disruption of domestic social policies by transnational corporations
Inappropriate transfer of technology
Domination of the shipping industry by transnational corporations
Domination of countries by transnational corporations
Inadequate negotiation of entrance terms for transnational corporations
Bribery by transnational enterprises
Harmful effects of advertising by transnational corporations
Labour tensions involving transnationals
Socially irresponsible programmes of transnational banks
Non-responsiveness of transnational corporations to pharmaceutical needs
Increasing income disparity due to transnational corporations
Domination of agricultural equipment industry by transnational corporations
Excessive control of raw materials markets by transnational corporations
Restrictive business practices of transnational corporations
Dependence on import of staple foods due to transnational corporations
Restrictive control of marketing and distribution channels by transnational corporations
Erosion of national sovereignty by transnational enterprises
Restraint on development by transnational corporations
Monopolization of technology by transnational corporations
Burden of conflicting national regulations on transnational corporations
Restrictive market divisions by transnational corporations

Action Strategies relating to Multinationals

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Scrutinizing practices of transnational corporations
Developing codes of conduct for international business
Enabling global economic conglomerates
Researching transnational corporations
Evaluating role of transnational corporations in world trade agreements
Dealing with transnational corporations
Improving worker cooperation with multinational enterprises
Stimulating natural multi-national awareness
Counteracting economic control by transnational corporations
Strengthening negotiating capacity of governments with transnational corporations
Monitoring economic control by transnational corporations

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