Quinlivan, Gary M.
November 2000
World & I;Nov2000, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p267
Explores the growing influence of multinational organizations on politics and economics. Implications of globalization and the growth of multinational corporations; Discussion on international trade agreements under the World Trade Organization; Allegations of impingement on national sovereignty against the World Trade Organization.


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