Emerging Multinationals: Multilatinas

Jose Satsumi Lopez-Morales, Jorge Alberto Wise-Lozano, Jose G Vargas-Hernandez

Abstract


The aim of this paper is to analyze the origin and conceptualization of “multilatinas” and some particular features, for which it is conducted a review of the literature related to the conceptualization of these topics. Next, it is presented the historical development of the internationalization process in Latin America , some particular features of emerging multinationals and “multilatinas”. Likewise, it is presented some particular features of state “multilatinas” and non-traditional “multilatinas”. Finally, it is presented some conclusions and some gaps in the literature.


Keywords


Emerging Multinationals, Emergina Economies, Latin America, Multilatinas

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