Nissan?s operating in a foreign country poses some challenges for them since people in the United States can purchase a vehicle online. Nissan has now went from a brick and mortar U.S. corporation to an International Corporation they need to comply with the laws and regulation for online businesses, those not meeting the terms can be subject to fines, jail time, or have to pay compensation payments (Schneider, 2013).
Legal issued that Nissan can encounter by having a business overseas is U.S. Income taxes on ecommerce, while companies have been doing for years and are subject to different …show more content…
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