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    International Marketing & Bribery

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    You are traveling on business in West Africa. As you are leaving country X, the passport control officer at the airport tells you there will be a delay of 12 hours in the "processing" of your passport. You explain that your plane leaves in 30 minutes, and the official suggests that a contribution of $50.00 would probably speed things up. What would you do? Why?

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    1. You are traveling on business in West Africa. As you are leaving country X, the passport control officer at the airport tells you there will be a delay of 12 hours in the "processing" of your passport. You explain that your plane leaves in 30 minutes, and the official suggests that a contribution of $50.00 would probably speed things up. What would you do? Why?

    It seems that unrestrained free enterprise not only feeds corruption, it is ...

    Solution Summary

    Based on the scenario, this solution explains if the person should pay the airport official the $50.00 to speed up the process or if this might be consider bribery and against the law. Supplemented with an article on the anti-corrupt laws in West Africa.

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