A multinational group has its original company and headquarters in Country A. It founds companies in foreign countries B, C, and D, as in Fig. 2.1, supplying them with assets at their foundation and then continuously when they are operating normally, variously exchanging assets from them in due course. They remain related to the original company in Country A.
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