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    Legal & Ethical environment of business in S. American count

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    For the past ten years, BSSL has wanted to develop lucrative South American oil reserves for its exploration, drilling, refining, and transport division; BSSL's Oil Division has been limited in prior years to Siberia and the South China Sea and was precluded from entry into the oil business in Iraq by United States law and U.N. Sanctions.

    Discuss whether the present political situations in South America will present new opportunities for BSSL to expand into the South American marketplace, address the legal and ethical risks and benefits, both short term and long term, of attempting to do so, and identify the government(s) and/or organization(s) with whom BSSL should deal should the company embark on a business venture in South America.

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    Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
    For the past ten years, BSSL has wanted to develop lucrative South American oil reserves for its exploration, drilling, refining, and transport division; BSSL's Oil Division has been limited in prior years to Siberia and the South China Sea and was precluded from entry into the oil business in Iraq by United States law and U.N. Sanctions.

    Discuss whether the present political situations in South America will present new opportunities for BSSL to expand into the South American marketplace, address the legal and ethical risks and benefits, both short term and long term, of attempting to do so, and identify the government(s) and/or organization(s) with whom BSSL should deal should the company embark on a business venture in South America

    America and Europe Work and Culture
    It is an absolute truth of life that European countries shut down in the month of August as European workers take their traditional four to six week long, annual vacations (Braden). American employees, in contrast, are normally lucky to get two weeks of vacation and many of them fail to take their vacations on a regular basis (Lemley). European employees all also have better benefits than Americans ...

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    This explores the presten political situations in South America and how it may or may not present new opportunities for BSSL to expand.

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