ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Regulation of Transnational Corporation-National and Global Interventions

National and Global Interventions Samuel Paul This paper examines recent trends in the policies of less developed countries (LDCs) towards transnational corporations (TNCs) and the international concerns in regard to the operation of TNCs round the world. Among the major issues analysed by the author are recent developments in foreign private investment, major international interventions to influence the behaviour of NTCs and the new responses of TNCs to the changing policies and controls of host governments. These issues should be of interest to policy-makers and entrepreneurs in India which is no longer just a host country to TNCs but is emerging us a home country for a growing number of TNCs of Indian origin. Towards the end of the paper, likely trends in the policies of LDC governments towards TNCs and their implications are highlighted.

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