TITLE

THE RECEDING ENMITY OF MULTIS

AUTHOR(S)
Rubner, Alex
PUB. DATE
July 1990
SOURCE
Contemporary Review;Jul90, Vol. 257 Issue 1494, p21
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Literary Criticism
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the receding enmity of the multinational companies (multis) The defamers of the multis present them as unscrupulous businesses and, in particular, as the exploiters of the oppressed less developed countries. When applied to individual firms, the animosity varies with the nation!state where the head office is situated. The U.S.-located corporations were seen as the most dangerous and vile of the species for mighty Washington was perceived to be backing them actively, ready to intervene with economic, political and military actions. great Britain, because of its imperialist past, was next on the list.
ACCESSION #
15997378

 

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