The Possibilities and Limitations of an International and Interregional Anti-trust Policy
For some years the activities of multinational enterprises (MEs) have been the object of numerous investigations, reports and recommendations. International and interregional organisations—the U.N., OECD, and EC Commission—have turned their attention to this area, as have national governments, trade unions, universities, and public and private research institutions.
KeywordsMultinational Enterprise Competition Rule Eastern Bloc International Authority Social Council
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