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December 04, 2010

About a famous chocolate company

Is Cadbury an example of TNCs? RT @guardiannews: Cadbury's secret Swiss move will cost UK exchequer millions in tax http://bit.ly/eOYYgE

TNC stands for transnational corporations. Some people differentiate them from multinational corporations, referring to the principles of behavior of the corporations. that is, the existence or non-existence of the "home" county. If the British prime minister cannot have a say in the move, Cadbury is considered a TNC.


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