Multinational Enterprise in Saudi Arabia: Secrets to Success

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Multinational Enterprise in Saudi Arabia: Secrets to Success
Multinational Enterprise in Saudi Arabia: Secrets to Success
Introduction
A significant number of
MNEs
(Multinational National Enterprises) work in Saudi Arabia. The perception about these businesses has often been that these firms are powerful and excessively big and continue to expand in power and size. The United States for example has enjoyed jointly advantageous commercial associations with Saudi Arabia for the last several years, and it is possible that this is why there is a perception that the large
MNEs
are intimidating independent corporations of the host nation-states and their existence causes a distortion in their social and cultural fabric. But in recent years the...
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