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    Ethics for United States Company Operating in Foreign Country

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    Is it ethical for a U.S. company to simply comply with the laws of the foreign country in which it is operating? Should U.S. laws be applicable to organizations operating in a foreign country? If so, who should enforce these laws? Explain your answer.

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    I really do think that U.S. companies should comply with the laws of the foreign country in which they are operating. This is because the main key of success is focusing on customers. For instance, the customers in Japan behave different or have different customs from that in the U.S.

    In an incident concerning Camay soap, P&G, having had much success with a particular television ad in Europe, decided to run the same campaign on Japanese TV. In ...

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    The expert determines if it is ethical for a U.S. company to simply comply with the laws of a foreign country in which it is operating. Whether the United States law should be applicable to organizations operating in a foreign country is determined.

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