Corpus ID: 56518006

Relations between transnational corporations and Governments of host countries: a look to the future

@inproceedings{Kennedy1992RelationsBT,
  title={Relations between transnational corporations and Governments of host countries: a look to the future},
  author={C. R. Kennedy},
  year={1992}
}
Market-oriented policies and privatizations are sweeping the developing world, but those developments should be judged in historical perspective. In particular, the causes for the earlier era of confrontation between TNCs and the Governments of host countries should be clearly understood and used to judge the desirability of recent events and policy options. The contrasting cases of Mexico and Argentina under Presidents Salinas and Menem, respectively, are studied in this respect. This article… Expand
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