Multinational corporation

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A multinational corporation, also known as a transnational corporation, international corporation, and stateless corporation, is a corporate organization that owns or controls significant production of goods or services in at least one country other than its home country. The term is often applied especially to very large and influential companies, with most of the largest and most influential companies today being multinational corporations.

Criticisms include using the multinational status to avoid taxes, environmental regulations, work environment regulations, and so on.

Another criticisms is regarding having undue political influence used to support various policies perceived to beneficial for the corporations, such as support for various globalization policies and mass immigration policies perceived to lower wages, although this may be framed as due to being politically correct woke capital.

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