Decades ago, European Communists complained about “multinationals”, companies whose spread over multiple countries allowed them to escape full accountability in any one location. This was ironic given the Communist Party’s own transnational coordination, taking its marching orders from Moscow.
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Jean-Louis Gassée

Really not true since the 1960s: especially after 1968 — most of the European communist parties firmly split from the Soviet Union at that point.

Plus the critique of multinationals was not only found in European “communists” but also in mainstream social democratic parties.

A critique of multinational capitalist companies is also found in nationalist and fascist organisations.

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