United Nations Centre for Transnational Corporations (UNCTC
) (1989) Transnational corporations in the construction and design engineering industry.
Ban appreciated the commitment and generosity of King Abdullah whose support was important in making UNCTC
Kumara Swamy measure of technology gap of 24 years with developed countries and become helpless appendages (Swamy, 1978, UNCTC
(179.) See UNCTC
, 1974 REPORT, supra note 22, at 33.
Chapter 6, entitled, "From New York to Geneva: The UNCTAD Years," tells the story of the move in 1993 to Geneva from New York--from UNCTC
(United Nations Centre on Transnational Corporations).
There is evidence to suggest that global and regional macroeconomic conditions have prompted member countries of APEC to continuously reform and restructure their countries' macro- and micro systems to enhance sustainable growth (Li, 1994; UNCTC
, 1988, 1992; APEC, 2000a).
H., Transnational Corporations and the Growth of Services: Some Conceptual and Theoretical Issues, UNCTC
Current Series, United Nations: New York 1989.
This list is compared with the list of the world's largest insurance companies in 1986 published by United Nations Centre on Transnational Corporations (UNCTC
) (1989) (Table A2).
The new code environment (UNCTC
Current Studies, Series A, No.
These forms of integration have significant implications for the FDI strategies of multinationals in terms of restructuring and the reorganization of production within an area where integration was previously nonexistent (UNCTC
The authors want to revive something called the "United Nations Center on Transnational Corporations" (or UNCTC