The Perspectives of the International Business Activities, Globalization, Development of SME and Multinational Enterprise (MNE)

Alba Robert Dumi, Enkela Roshi, Borana Kociu, Samuel Humbley S’eche

Abstract


The article analyses their impacts on societies and the environment, and considers the roles of governments and firms in the wider stakeholder context. The principal arguments treated. Through its programs in the areas of anti-corruption, local governance, rule of law, alternative media, and parliamentary assistance, USAID is working with civil society and reformers within the Government of Albania to help create opportunities that helps Albania to advance the country’s democratic reform both at the local and national levels. Based on an “active citizen” approach to democratic development, USAID is broadening efforts to foster greater citizen participation at the grassroots level and strengthening advocacy NGOs by providing core funding, advocacy grants and tailored technical assistance. Business takes place worldwide, in a huge diversity of societies and between widely varying organizations. Actually, the business environment has become more complex, with expanding and deepening ties between societies and between the many organizations within those societies.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2014.v3n1p19


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