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I tried my level best to gather relevant information for preparing a complete report. Without the sincere co- operation and proper guidance of you, it was not possible for me to prepare the report. I hope you will assess my report considering the limitations and mistakes of the study. Your kind advice will encourage me to do further research in future. Sincerely yours Md. Modula Has Rene ID-08304034 session: 2007-2008 ABA (Hon.. Department of Marketing Studies & International Marketing University of Chitchatting Critical Evaluation of the Role of Mans 2 Preface Knowledge on any subject cannot be said perfect and complete until or unless it is supported by the acquisition of knowledge in practice. Whatever may be the quality f theoretical knowledge, but if it is not developed with the knowledge of practical implementation, the acquiring of such theoretical knowledge is of no use to the practical field.

The realization of the above fact is more and more important in the study of Business Administration as a whole. The term paper preparation and report submission, a part of the academic discipline for the B. B. A students, is designed to acquire practical knowledge. The field of NC sector is now emerging and competitive one. To the race to snatch market share no Multinational Company can entrench from competitors even with nominative offerings. As a part of practical orientation of B. B.

A program I had to collect and study various articles and Journals published by various authors about the Role of Multinational Companies all over the world as sample to critically evaluate the role. This report will contain some comparative analysis. I have given all efforts towards making it a perfect one. In the shortest time, it is not possible to complete study in large aspect. Yet I tried to make the report effective, informative and representative. Finally, I would like to say that my untiring efforts would become successful when any interested person will find the report useful.

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Critical Evaluation of the Role of Mans 3 Acknowledgement (All praises belongs to almighty ALLAH, the most beneficent, most merciful) To make the efforts successful and fruitful it required some sort of guidance and assistance. First, I would like to give my deep gratitude, compliments and heartfelt thanks to my respectable supervisor Mohammed Sheathed Quaked, Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing Studies & International Marketing, University of Chitchatting. I am indebted to him for excellent supervision and guidance throughout he preparation of the report.

Again, I would like to thank and convey my gratitude to all people for giving their valuable time to express their thoughts, expectations, perceptions and attitudes towards the role of multinational companies. Their valuable recommendation would enrich the findings definitely. I would like to express my gratitude from the deepest corner of my heart to all the authors and researchers whose findings and writings supported me to collect important materials about the role of multinational companies in the developing countries, for that I was able to complete my term paper report.

Critical Evaluation of the Role of Mans 4 Table of Content Serial 01 02030405060708091011 12 13 14 15 16 1718 192021 2223242526272829 3031 Particular Executive Summery Part 1: The Role of NC About NC About TNT Basic Difference between NC and TNT List of Mans The Drive to Mans Whether Mans Good or Bad Positive Role of NC Negative Role of NC Reasons behind NC Attracted to Developing Countries Role of Mans in Developing Countries Reasons behind the Rapid Growth of Mans in Recent Decades Majority of Mans in Bangladesh Making Profits Economy of Bangladesh’13 Apart : A Brief Study on Recruit Benefices

Introduction of Recruit Benefices History of Recruit Benefices Operations of Recruit Benefices Executive Committee of Recruit Benefices Red’s Visions and Values SOOT Analysis of Recruit Benefices Products of Recruit Benefices Logo of Recruit Benefices Corporate Governance Corporate Social Responsibility Sauvignon: Anti-Competitive Behavior Part 3: Criticism and Conclusion Multinational Corporation: Myths and Facts Monolithic Monopoly Power Rapacious Economic Exploitation The Crucial Role of Peace and Freedom Conclusion References Page 06080909 10 13 13 14 16 17 192021 21 2526272829293031 32323638383940 41 42

Critical Evaluation of the Role of Mans 5 Executive Summary This report provides a comparative analysis of the role of multinational companies all over the world. All of the multinational companies are doing business almost in every countries. But now a days they are being attracted to the developing countries because of various reasons including natural resources, cheap labor, less production cost, increasing demand etc. Their business is causing different problems as well as benefits. The report finds the beneficiary activities provided by multinational companies to the host countries.

It also finds the illegal activities performed by the litigation companies to the host countries. The beneficiary activities include Economic Growth and Employment. 0 Skills, Production Techniques and Improvements in the Quality of Human Capital. 0 Availability of Quality Goods and Services in the Host Country. Negative role played by the multinational companies include, 0 Employment might not be as extensive as hoped. 0 Competition from Mans affects local industry adversely. 0 Pollution and environmental damage. Exploitation of poor policy and government regulation. The report has been prepared based on the articles and writings of different authors. So due to different views and attitudes, this report might suffer from some limitation. Critical Evaluation of the Role of Mans 6 Part 1 Critical Evaluation of the Role of NC Critical Evaluation of the Role of Mans 7 About NC Any corporation registered and operating in more than one country at a time, usually with its headquarters in a single country, is called a multinational corporation.

A firm’s advantages in establishing itself multinational include both vertical and horizontal economies of scale (reductions in cost that result from an expanded level of output). Critics usually regard the multinational corporation as destructive of local economies abroad and as prone to monopolistic practices. A multinational corporation (NC) or multinational enterprise (MEN) is a corporation that is registered in more than one country or that has operations in more than one country. It is a large corporation which both produces and sells goods or services in various countries.

It can also be referred to as an international corporation. It plays an important role in globalization. The first multinational company was the British East India Company, founded in 1600. The second multinational corporation was the Dutch East India Company, founded March 20, 1602. Nearly all major multinationals are American, Japanese or Western European, such as Nikkei, Coca-Cola, Wall-Mart, AOL, Toshiba, Honda and BMW. Advocates of multinationals say they create Jobs and wealth and improve technology in countries that are in need of such development.

On the other hand, critics say multinationals can have undue political influence over governments, can exploit developing nations as well as create Job losses in their own home countries. There are four categories of multinational corporations: 1) A multinational, decentralized corporation with strong home country presence. ) A global, centralized corporation that acquires cost advantage through centralized production wherever cheaper resources are available. 3) An international company that builds on the parent corporation’s technology or R&D.

Critical Evaluation of the Role of Mans 8 4) A transnational enterprise that combines the previous three approaches. According to UN data, some 35,000 companies have direct investment in foreign countries, and the largest 100 of them control about 40 percent of world trade. About TNT Multinational Corporation, business enterprise with manufacturing, sales, or service bestiaries in one or more foreign countries, also known as a Transnational or International Corporation. These corporations originated early in the 20th century and proliferated after World War II.

Typically, a multinational corporation develops new products in its native country and manufactures them abroad, often in Third World nations, thus gaining trade advantages and economies of labor and materials. Almost all the largest multinational firms are American, Japanese, or West European. Such corporations have had worldwide influence?over other business entities and even over governments, many of which have imposed controls on them. During the last two decades of the 20th century, many smaller corporations also became multinational, some of them in developing nations.

Proponents of such enterprises maintain that they create employment, create wealth, and improve technology in countries that are in dire need of such development. Critics, however, point to their inordinate political influence, their exploitation of developing nations, and the loss of jobs those results in the corporations’ home countries. Basic Differences between Mans and Tens 1 . Multinational (NC) and Transnational (TNT) companies are types of international corporations. Both maintain management headquarters in one country, known as the home country, and operate in several other countries, known as host countries.

Critical Evaluation of the Role of Mans 9 2. Most Tan’s and Mac’s are massive in terms of budget and are highly influential to globalization. They are also considered as main drivers of the local economy, government policies, environmental and political lobbying. 3. An NC have investment in other countries, but do not have coordinated product offerings in each country. It is more focused on adapting their products and service to each individual local market. A TNT, on the other hand, have invested in foreign operations, have a central corporate facility but give decision-making, R and marketing powers to each individual foreign market.