O grupo de sociedades: mecanismo de inserção da empresa transnacional na nova ordem econômica internacional

Amin Ferraz, Daniel
January 2012
Revista de Direito Internacional;jan-jun2012, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
The actual world is the world of corporate groups. This is what we understand, nowadays, as the instrument of concentration of third generation, which will enable the economic unit and the legal multiplicity: different legal personalities under economic and single management control will operate in a collectively way in the market, corresponding to the expectation of large-scale production, distribution and innovation. Thus, the Law, through a Meta-Law, the rights of corporate groups, has given to the collective employers an instrument that allows them to act in the global market.


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