英国代写作业:跨国公司对发展中国家的影响

29 8月 英国代写作业:跨国公司对发展中国家的影响

英国代写作业:跨国公司对发展中国家的影响

本文详细解释了跨国公司对发展中国家的影响。它给宽解释跨国公司的影响发展中国家在积极和消极的方面。它把许多跨国公司对发展中国家的优点和缺点。此外,它解释说,衡量联合利华在印度,雀巢在孟加拉国和巴基斯坦高露洁棕榄操作有效地在这些各自的区域。

跨国公司是很容易改变他们的生产地点。这让他们控制政府因为政府不希望他们转变(伦纳德,2005)。他们可以把他们的条款和条件向政府,如果政府不应对他们,他们可以威胁到他们开始改变他们的操作。

此外,跨国公司通常增压政府。他们有一个政治领导人和他们的政策的影响。

总结,跨国公司也积极以及消极的影响。这取决于政府的目的是什么。如果政府希望这个国家的经济发展,那么跨国公司是最好的选择。但如果政府想要消除贫困,提供公民的福祉和保护环境那么跨国公司的有害影响。

如果高露洁棕榄的例子在巴基斯坦,联合利华在印度和孟加拉国雀巢认为,可以看出,这些跨国公司极大地影响了技术的进步,工业基础设施和企业效率。

工业基础设施,技术进步本身需要的接受能力管理、企业家、政府政策等(熟料,2001)。跨国公司的极大地努力在这些领域操作有效地在各自的发展中国家。跨国公司的从他们的母公司转让技术。但这需要工人们的理解,技术(熟料,2001)。

英国代写作业:跨国公司对发展中国家的影响

The paper explains the impact of multinationals on developing countries in detail. It gives wide explanation on how MNC’s affect the developing countries in positive and negative ways. It enlists number of advantages and disadvantages of Multinationals on developing countries. Furthermore, it explains that what measure Unilever in India, Nestlé in Bangladesh and Colgate Palmolive in Pakistan have taken to operate effectively in these respective regions.

MNC’s can shift their production locations easily. This gives them control on the government since the government doesn’t want them to shift (Leonard, 2005). They can put up their terms and conditions to the government, and if the government doesn’t respond to them, they can threaten them by starting to shift their operations.

Also, MNCs often pressurize the government. They have an influence of the political leaders and their policies.

Summarizing it, that MNC’s impact is positive as well as negative too. It depends that what is the objective of the government. If the government wants the economic development of the country, then MNC’s are the best option for that. But if the government wants to eradicate poverty, provide well being of the citizens and protect the environment then MNC’s have hazardous affects.

If the examples of Colgate Palmolive in Pakistan, Unilever in India and Nestle in Bangladesh are to be considered, then it can be seen that these multinationals have greatly impacted the technological progress, industrial infrastructure and corporate efficiency.

Technological progress itself requires the industrial infrastructure, the receptiveness of management, entrepreneurship, government policies etc (Grog, 2001). The MNC’s have greatly worked hard in these areas to operate efficiently in these respective developing countries. The MNC’s have transferred technology from their parent companies. But it required the workers understanding of that technology (Grog, 2001).