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Foreboding Trends: Growing Suspicion of MNEs Motives. Most trade takes place among multinational corporations [that] are an enormous part of the economic activity of the world." 70% plus of cross-border world trade is conducted by multinationals.

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Foreboding trends growing suspicion of mnes motives

Foreboding Trends: Growing Suspicion of MNEs Motives

  • Most trade takes place among multinational corporations [that] are an enormous part of the economic activity of the world."

    • 70% plus of cross-border world trade is conducted by multinationals.

  • MNEs and Western Elites No Longer Concerned about Free Trade

    • Trade Deregulation and Tariff Reduction are Firmly Established

    • Goal is to Change the Rules of the Game


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Foreboding Trends: Growing Suspicion of MNEs Motives

  • Emergent Game:

    • Complex Set of Non-Trade Rules that address

    • Investment flexibility

      • No longer require a MNE to form joint ventures with domestic firms

      • Liberalize MNEs choice of capital, production, supply, distribution.

      • Remove barriers to moving factors of production

    • Intellectual Property Rights

      • All countries, rich and poor alike, must enforce the patent rights systems, installed by rich nations, to protect drugs, music, software, etc.

      • Virtually all rights are owned by rich nations.

    • Matters of Domestic Sovereignty

      • No limits on foreign ownership of natural resources

      • No limits on foreign ownership of national health systems, water systems, and other public service

      • The Matters of a stinking badge **


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