should be to a maximum of 1000 words and contain graphics and appropriate maps.


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should be to a maximum of 1000 words and contain graphics and appropriate maps.
Preamble Intensification of global competition has seen transboundary shifts in production of goods and services. Trans National Corporations and global companies have been major drivers of globalisation and new centres of production have emerged in developing/ global periphery countries. Task Examine the impact of a Trans National Corporation (TNC) or global company on a developing country. Analyse its environmental, social and/or economic impacts and the degree to which it operates sustainably.
Assessment Description
Select a TNC / global company with a well-recognised brand.
Undertake background research on the corporation/ company including:
Aspects to be covered in task:
-country of origin and history of its brand -marketing and brand labelling
-local, national and online presence
-manufacturing and global distribution
· social, economic, and/or environmental impacts of the TNC /Global Company on a developing/global periphery country.
· sustainability of the operations of the TNC/Global Company– e.g. fair trading, manufacturing, treatment of workers.
Examine social, economic, and/or environmental impacts of the TNC /Global Company on a developing/global periphery country.
Analyse the sustainability of the operations of the TNC/Global Company– e.g. fair trading, manufacturing, treatment of workers.
Make sure graphical representations are integrated and annotated. Patterns of globalisation and how globalisation is measured.
Factors influencing globalisation and localisation. The focus of this study may include one or more of the following
finance and investment flows, such as investment by multinational companies and foreign governments, foreign aid patterns, labour flows and remittances, ‘buy local’ initiatives
technology, such as growth of the Internet, information flows, internet commerce, connections to the local community
transport, such as time–space compression, expansion of shipping and air networks, public transport, lifestyle choices.
Impacts of globalisation and localisation. The focus of this study may include one or more of the following:
local communities, such as changing employment opportunities, demographic change
culture, including Indigenous cultures, such as loss of language and land, changing food styles
politics, such as radicalisation across the world, managing local issues
the environment, such as deforestation, growing local produce

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