It makes sense for the companies. And if this were not happening,millions of people in other countries would not have a job, or at least, have a worse job. This is because if there were better jobs available, people would obviously ignore the jobs these Trans National Corporations (or TNCs) were offering them, and opt for better jobs.
So why is it so difficult to set up and run a small business in this country?To start, there is no easy to follow road map for establishing a small business. When I left the government six years ago, my first attempt to set up my own business was based on the counsel of a financial adviser. A year later, a lawyer told me I had missed two other critical steps.
Deriek W. Crouse, age 39 of Christianburg, Virginia was a father of five and served as a campus police officer at Virginia Tech. He had served in the US Army and had been trained as a crisis intervention officer, firearms instructor and was part of the Virginia Tech Police Emergency Response Team.
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