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Multinational corporations (MNCs)

Multinational corporations (MNCs) are defined as firms that engage in some form of international business. Their managers conduct international investing and financing decisions that are intended to maximize the value of the MNC. The goal of their managers is to maximize the value of the firm, which is similar to the goal of managers employed by domestic companies.

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