The Power of Corporations The government is an important participant in the U.S. economy, but the primary productive role is played by private business. The Power of National Corporations. Large corporations exercise enormous power in American life and constitute oligopolies. The decisions made by their executives have implications and ramifications that reach throughout the nation. The Power of Multinational Corporations in the Global Economy. The rise of multinational corporations and the growing internationalization of the world economy, including core regions and periphery regions, have given economic power a new dimension. Such firms rival nations in wealth and frequently operate as private governments pursuing their worldwide interests by well-developed foreign policies. The Control of Corporations.
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