On the research of main issues of improving the efficiency of regulation of the Transnational Business in the Republic of Azerbaijan

Allahverdiyeva Muslumat (2022), On the research of main issues of improving the efficiency of regulation of the Transnational Business in the Republic of Azerbaijan, Bank and Policy  2(3):30-40

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ABSTRACT
The main purpose of the study of the scientific article is to formulate complex methods for the efficiency of transnational trade regulations in the modern economy of Azerbaijan. It is well known that the socio-economic system is governed by certain elements, including the regulation by the state of the economy in general and the regulation of each industry. However, under present circumstances, multinational corporations are the main source of restructuring. This conclusion is based on the fact that this form of organization of production not only helps to minimize production costs and distribution costs, but also transaction costs.
Keywords: transnational business, effectiveness of regulation, import, transnationalization.

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