transnational

[trans-nash-uh-nl, tranz-]
adjective
1.
going beyond national boundaries or interests: a transnational economy.
2.
comprising persons, sponsors, etc., of different nationalities: a transnational company.
noun
3.
a company, organization, etc., representing two or more nationalities.

Origin:
1920–25; trans- + national

transnationalism, noun
transnationally, adverb
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transnational (trænzˈnæʃənəl)
 
adj
extending beyond the boundaries, interests, etc, of a single nation

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Example sentences
It is merely a consultative and research body, not a transnational regulator.
The clearest cases of such transnational state-spoilers concern the drug trade.
Note that all the money he has handed out has in fact gone to transnational
  banking corporations.
When one target is shored up, nimble transnational cells that can turn on a
  dime simply find new bull's-eyes.
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