Ethical Issues

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Ethical issues faced by managers in dealing with international business

There are many ethical issues that managers often face with dealing with international business, especially when they have to move to different countries. Not only do managers have to learn different languages and cultures, but they also have to learn how to deal with many ethical issues in other countries. Managers face ethical issues such as corruption, pollution, and employment issues when dealing with international business. It is a manager’s responsibility to learn how to deal with these issues in an ethical way. It is also their job to learn how to understand the ways of other cultures and what their political systems are like. They have to make sure that the company’s production continues at a good rate, while at the same time making sure to follow ethical values.

A main ethical issue that managers often face is corruption, especially in countries where governments can be easily bribed. Developing countries are known to be very
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In developing countries that are in continents such as Asia, Africa, South America, and Eastern Europe, there are not many regulations about child labor; even if there are regulations, governments can be bribed and do they do not ensure that the laws are being followed. Companies often just want to get the cheapest labor, so they do not really care if they have to resort to unethical things such as child labor. Many times children and adults are forced to work for low wages in horrible conditions, and that is very unjust. Unjust wages and bad working conditions for the workers is another thing that mangers dealing with international business may deal with. People who work in sweatshops work in terrible conditions, for long work days, sometimes they do not even have off days and they earn such a little

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