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L7 how do tnc’s affect global wealth.r fpptx
L7 how do tnc’s affect global wealth.r fpptx
L7 how do tnc’s affect global wealth.r fpptx
L7 how do tnc’s affect global wealth.r fpptx
L7 how do tnc’s affect global wealth.r fpptx
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L7 how do tnc’s affect global wealth.r fpptx

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  • 1. Anagrams • xat • Tax • tosh • Host • estoc • Tesco • nalihdat • Thailand • nenortmvine • Environment
  • 2. How do TNC’s affect global wealth?
  • 3. Brainstorm The case for TNCs The case against TNC
  • 4. Where in the world?
  • 5. How do TNC’s effect global wealth? • Criticism of TNC is that they often exploit workers in poorer countries. Should they pay middle income nations a fairer price? • TNC’s bring FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) to nations and this encourages the multiplier effect locally. • Dyson in Malaysia, now paid £3 hr – a lot more than average wage there.
  • 6. How do TNC’s effect global wealth? • Also bring wealth to impoverished regions, e.g. Nissan in Sunderland. Within a trade bloc to generate more money for local economy. • Impacts could be social (e.g. Different pay for men and women), economic (e.g. Products may alter local tastes and traditions) or environmental (e.g. Contributing to climate change through carbon dioxide emissions). • Could be more effective if governments made them invest in more countries or install a decent minimum wage in certain countries aboard – not just at home.

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