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A transnational corporation differs from a traditional multinational corporation in that it does not identify itself with one national home. While traditional multinational corporations are national companies with foreign subsidiaries,[39] transnational corporations spread out their operations in many countries to sustain high levels of local responsiveness.[40]

An example of a transnational corporation is Nestlé, who employ senior executives from many countries and tries to make decisions from a global perspective rather than from one centralized headquarters.[41]

Another example is Royal Dutch Shell, whose headquarters are in The HagueNetherlands, but whose registered office and main executive body are headquartered in LondonUnited Kingdom.