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Sonali Rathore

Abstract


One of the central features of globalisation is the immense financial clout of MNCs. The phenomenon is a direct result of the democratisation of the global economic space championed by neo-liberal economics.57 The flagrant neglect of economic, social and cultural rights by MNCs is somewhat of an irony. The disproportionate growth of MNCs in recent times stems from economic democracy. MNCs ought to be, even if only from the moral point of view, in the vanguard of human rights protection given its inextricable tie to democracy. MNCs constitute some of, if not the principal actors in this new economic equation.

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