Is the advent of Multinational companies in India a boon or bane?

Is the advent of Multinational companies in India a boon or bane?

i of the view that mnc's are the way to move forward. rout which India would have been a failed state in the early 90's. when India was seein only unemplyed ppl on every parap

What are the disadvantages of multinational companies in India?

What are the disadvantages of multinational companies in India?

some of disadvantages are1 supplant domestic savings by destroying competition,remove local entrepreneur,unstable industrial growth2 cause strain to BOP ie balance of payment

What is the role of Multinational companies in India?

What is the role of Multinational companies in India?

There is no distinction between an MNCs & a domestic company in India policy regarding MNCs is the same as for Foreign Private Capital in indie. Large & dominant MNCs

List of US Multinational companies in India?

List of US Multinational companies in India?

Agilent Agro Tech American Express   Amway Avaya Caltex   Caterpillar CB Richard El

Why does India need multinational companies?

A multinational company has the need to have a product produced. It has the money and expertise to set up manufacturing facility's India has people that are sitting around twi

Role of Multinational companies in developing world?

They provide jobs for people giving them money to support their families. Taxes allow governments to develop the infrastructure of the country (roads, rail etc.). The more tra

The role of multinational companies in tourism industry?

The role of multinational companies in tourism industry?

several mnc's like Thomas cook and coax and kings are playing a vital role for industry by providing variety of quality services to travellers to enhance value of tour to give

What is the role of multinational companies in your Indian economy?

There is no distinction between an MNCs & a domestic company in India policy regarding MNCs is the same as for Foreign Private Capital in indie. Large & dominant MNCs