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Do TNCs only bring advantages to the host country?
Last Updated: 23rd June, 2020
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Similarly, it is asked, how do TNCs benefit developing countries?
Advantages of TNCs locating in a country include: creation of jobs. stable income and more reliable than farming. improved education and skills.
Additionally, why do TNCs operate in different countries? Due to TNCs are able to coordinate and control operations of activities in different countries, hence, they allocate some of their offices and factories in developing countries and take this advantage to distribute their production around the countries.
Also know, what are the positive and negative impacts of TNCs?
Inward investment by TNCs can have a significant effect on social and economic developments within a country at both national and regional scale. Environmental impacts may also arise due to globalisation and TNC's exploitation. Some countries can gain a number of positive impacts due to the location of TNC branches.
What are the disadvantages of TNCs?
Disadvantages of TNCs locating in a country include:
- fewer workers employed, considering the scale of investment.
- poorer working conditions in some cases.
- damage to the environment by ignoring local laws.
- profits going to companies overseas rather than locals.
- little reinvestment in the local area.