Multinational corporation

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A multinational corporation is a company having offices, stores or factories in more than one nation. Examples include Exxon, Apple, Toyota, Ford, General Motors, IBM, Microsoft, Coca-Cola, Nike, Inc. and Wal-Mart.

Many multinational corporations have assets, cash flow, and balance sheets larger than the Gross domestic product of many members of the United Nations General Assembly. Their lobbying and political influence globally can be quite extensive in trade matters.