MNE

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AcronymDefinition
MNEMoral and National Education (Education Bureau of Hong Kong)
MNEMonosymptomatic Nocturnal Enuresis (urology)
MNEMercyhurst North East (Pennsylvania)
MNEMinistério dos Negócios Estrangeiros (Portugal - Foreign Office)
MNEMontenegro (ISO code)
MNEMultinational Enterprise
MNEManaged Network Element
MNEMnemonic
MNEModern English
MNEMaison de la Nature et de l'Environnement (French: House of Nature and the Environment; environmental education program)
MNEMicro- and Nano-Engineering (integrated circuit manufacturing)
MNEMoms Network Exchange
MNEMehr Nicht Erschienen (M Krieg bibliography)
MNEMobile Network Entity
MNEMilk Nitrogen Efficiency
MNEMultimedia Network Edge
MNEMaurer-Noel-Evans Insurance (Phoenix, AZ)
MNEMassachusetts Nanotechnology Exchange
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Nowhere was this theoretical gap greater than in the economists' treatment of the multinational enterprise (MNE).
Multinational Enterprise opens with three essays, the most significant ones in the volume in my opinion, which attempt to generalize about how and why multinationals have developed over time.
(1) Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administration (1995, 1996, 1997).
A definitive history, of British multinational enterprise remains in the future.
Books on multinational enterprise and economic theory proliferate, bearing titles such as Economic Analysis and Multinational Enterprise (1976, ed.
3 Most current discussions of multinational enterprise include more than manufacturing.
This Iowa-based centre will support the increasing number of multinational enterprise and service provider clients that utilize GTT's global network.
This volume on multinational enterprise consists of twenty articles, lectures, book reviews, position papers, and excerpts from congressional testimony, written between 1969 and 1983 by Charles P.
Multinational Enterprise Management Strategies in Developing Countries
Known for his research on the economics of international direct investments and the multinational enterprise, Dunning, a retired professor of international investment and business studies at the U.
Also AT&T intends to continue to offer a comprehensive suite of enterprise communications solutions to multinational enterprise customers through its subsidiary AT&T Global Network Services Mexico.
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