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Transnational organization

Other companies use an arrangement that eliminates artificial geographic barriers. This type of MNC is often called a transnational, or borderless, organization and reflects a geocentric attitude. For example, IBM dropped its organizational structure based on country and reorganized into industry groups.

A type of international company in which artificial geographic barriers are eliminated.

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