Directions: using the choices provided, indicate the presence of each of the transactions below. write your answers in a yellow paper. multiple choice: (choices may be used more than once.) transactions: 1. payment of rent 2. the additional investment made by the owner 3. payment of furniture 4. receipts from sales of goods 5. payment of salaries 6. cash receipts from sale of the old equipment 7. withdrawals of the owner 8. cash receipts from notes payable 9. cash receipts from interest income 10. payment of utilities a. cash inflow from operating b. cash outflow from operating c. cash inflow from investing d. cash outflow from investing e. cash inflow from financing f. cash outflow from financin
ambot nimo dong tan-awa na sa google
What do you think the ways if not to eliminate the negative consequences of multinational corporation?
Multinational Corporation must follow what is the required by law. Like for example paying taxes, complying business documents, complying with labor laws, and other government laws which are necessary in operating business in the Philippines or in other countries. A Multinational Corporation is run by a mother company based in a particular country must comply with all the requirements imposed by a particular country to avoid future negative consequences brought by negligence and not following what is asked by the state. There are many successful multinational Corporation because they are careful and obedience to the law and some other foreign companies closed due to illegal operations.
Ang non renewable sources ay ang mga nakukuha natin sa kalikasan at di kayang mapalitan kapag naubos. Halimbawa nito ay ang mga mineral na nakukuha natin. Ito ay di kayang palitan ng tao sapagkat ito ay likas yaman.
What Is Gross Domestic Product (GDP)?
Gross domestic product (GDP) is the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country's borders in a specific time period. Though GDP is usually calculated on an annual basis, it can be calculated on a quarterly basis as well (in the United States, for example, the government releases an annualized GDP estimate for each quarter and also for an entire year).
GDP includes all private and public consumption, government outlays, investments, private inventories, paid-in construction costs and the foreign balance of trade (exports are added, imports are subtracted). Put simply, GDP is a broad measurement of a nation’s overall economic activity. It may be contrasted with gross national product (GNP), which measures a the overall production of an economy's citizens, including those living abroad, while domestic production by foreigners is excluded.