• Kristina Cvetković Business School of Applied Studies in Blace, Serbia
Keywords: joint investments, transnational companies, tendency


Foreign produces capacity are expanding technology using transnational companies much intensive then they use investigations and developing in form of foreign resources. Transnational companies are moving technology very often through the people, organization properties, different half-product and final products, in case that their set of production is very extensive. We can say that transnational companies have merged, and registered foreign information connected with technologies or with researches, so, transnational companies are laying the innovation calms to the national markets. In this way, technologies, what are expanding to the foreign markets (from the mother company to the branch offices) are in rush and trey are asking to be part of transnational set.


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How to Cite
CvetkovićK. (2010). MENAGEMENT THE GLOBAL BUSINESS ORIGIN. BizInfo (Blace) Journal of Economics, Management and Informatics, 1(1), 83-95. Retrieved from