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    Is it morally sufficient for a U.S. company to comply with the laws of the foreign country in which it operates? Why or why not? What guidelines should a multinational use to determine a fair wage to its employees in a less developed country?

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    No, it is morally not sufficient to just comply with the laws of the foreign country because in many countries, laws are not strictly implemented or do not comply with global standards and thus, ...

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    Is it morally sufficient for a U.S. company to comply with the laws of the foreign country in which it operates? Why or why not? What guidelines should a multinational use to determine a fair wage to its employees in a less developed country?

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