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Are the Chinese government and Chinese Multinationals in Cahoots?

ORACLE’S RESPONSE

Absolutely. It’s China’s system. Every Chinese stakeholder—government agency, Chinese company, and Chinese citizen—contributes in the global struggle that is not a game. The government plays a central role in shaping every stakeholder’s long-term goals, in setting economic and industrial priorities, in nurturing and protecting domestic companies, in creating opportunities for Chinese companies to become industry world leaders, and in shaping a world order that favors the Chinese. 4,082 more words

Multinationals in the PH, what do they want?

* This is my article in BWorldEconomicForum, December 14, 2016.

CAPITAL AND INVESTMENTS are like water — they go where they are welcome and accommodated. 677 more words

Nineteen to Nine

Let’s talk about tax (and Michael Woodhouse).

Any reader of these august pages would be left in no doubt I have a bit of a professional crush on the… 693 more words

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Multinationals' Tax Avoidance #showmethemoney

The Australian Government allows Multinational Companies to shift a significant amount of profits, earned in Australia, overseas to avoid paying tax.

This is a significant social issue affecting every Australian. 570 more words

Multinationals

What a capital affair!

Let’s talk about tax (havens).

After eight days on a yoga course the role of balance in postures and in life was a recurring theme. And upon finishing the course this was brought home to me quite starkly. 961 more words

Cross Border Taxation

ASEAN multinationals

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last November 23, 2016.

Until the 1980s, when people talk about multinational enterprises (MNEs) — also known as multinational companies (MNCs) or transnational corporations (TNCs) — they refer mostly to multinationals from the US, Canada, Europe, and Japan. 555 more words

Local Fashion vs. Fast Fashion

EDUARDO RIBEIRO.– Indeed, the increase and takeover of the multinational groups as Inditex or Cortefiel, among others, has been one of the main reasons for the unsuccess of some brands or slow fashion designers. 576 more words

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