Rynek przedsiębiorstw w strategii wielkich korporacji ponadnarodowych
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The article deals with international transactions whose object are companies. Acquisition of companies is a form of growth of capitalist firms. The author treats a company as a special commodity in the capitalist market conditions and he enumerates a number of characteristics, which are to justify this analogy. There are also listed seven factors determining the size of supply and demand on this market, as well as factors affecting the company price directly. The performed analysis has also encompassed technical elements of these specific transactions and constraints imposed on trade in companies by some capitalist states.