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Personal opinion on Social inequality and the degree to which certain individuals in society are privileged in accessing resources (social and public amenities, including, but not limited to, employment, education, voting rights, property rights, private and public offices, health care, and housing). What do you think are the implications for strategic multinational management in dealing with social inequality in target countries?

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I am also of the opinion that certain individuals in society are privileged in accessing resources such as employment, education, private and public offices, etc. This phenomenon is evident across countries. For example, social inequality persists in developed nations such as USA to emerging countries such as India. In USA, minority groups such as African Americans and Hispanic communities are often deprived access to ...

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The expert discusses the impact of social inequality on strategic multinational management. Personal opinions on social inequality and the degrees to which certain individuals in society are privileged in assessing resources are given.

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