With a global program, administered via a webbased system that provides consolidated reporting, multinational corporations can establish global controls and ensure compliance with spending policies and limits worldwide.
What does MNC stand for?
MNC stands for Multinational Corporation
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 103 other meanings of MNC in our Acronym Attic
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- Modernising Nursing Careers (initiative; UK)
- Modified Numerical Control (engineering)
- Monday Night Crew (gaming clan)
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- Multinational Company
- Multiuser Nyquist Criterion
- Mythical National Championship
- Senior Chief Mineman (Naval Rating)
- Multi-National Corps - Iraq
- Mason Neck Citizens Association (Mason Neck, VA)
- Maximum Normalized Cable Attenuation
- Michigan Nonprofit Corporation Act
- Micromineralogists of the National Capital Area
- Mid-Nebraska Community Action
- Midtown North Community Association (Memphis, TN)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A strong and growing increase in cross-border business investment by multinational corporations in Mexico, Eastern Europe and Asia--notably in China and India--presents new transfer pricing challenges.
The WCC's central committee commended the action of the Presbyterian Church in the United States (PCUSA) in initiating a process of phased, selective divestment from multinational corporations involved in the occupation.
At the Gap, Starbucks, McDonald's, and other streetlevel symbols of the relentless expansion of multinational corporations championed by the World Trade Organization (WTO), cash drawers began to fill with money bearing an anti-WTO symbol.
Every year, when the chief financial officer of almost any multinational corporation sits down with the company's tax director to review the year, the first question centers on the company's worldwide effective tax rate, followed by a question on how to reduce that rate.
In our view, the primary beneficiaries of the treaties will be -- not foreign multinational corporations -- but U.
Not even from the perspective of NAFTA's major beneficiaries--the multinational corporations and the wealthy--is the agreement any longer viewed as the unmitigated blessing it once was.
According to figures from the International Trade Commission, imports of new pneumatic tires and tubes, particularly from Canada and Brazil, have been mostly related-party transactions by multinational corporations.