Definitions for "Transnational"
Any relationship across country boundaries, in which at least one of the actors is not a government. Most commonly applied to companies, but only when they go beyond trade, to own or control branches, subsidiaries or affiliates in more than one country.
Projects which require a partnership with other European Union Member States or other stated countries
Extending or going beyond national boundaries (Websters). In this context, not limited to or centered within a single nation.
A potential gain or loss arising from transactions that will definitely occur in the future, are currently in progress, or could have already been completed. A signed but not shipped sales contract, a receivable or foreign currency payment collected but not converted to local currency would all be examples of transaction exposure.