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How MNCs Cope
with Host Government Intervention

Harvard Business Review - March 1980
by Yves L. Dos, C.K. Prahalad

The efforts of host governments to maintain control over their own national economies have restricted the freedom of multinational company (MNC) managers in deploying economic resources. Regulation interferes with produt/market choice, use of technology, level of employment and natinoal trade balance. Compromise is an alternative to the choices of adaptation to or withdrawal from a national market.

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