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    Consistent ethical standards

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    You work for a company that makes children's clothing. You have manufactured over a million units of a new summer dress for little girls. But the maker of the cloth made a mistake and used a material that can catch fire very easily. Your dresses do not meet US standards and cannot be sold in this country. Your manager points out that standards in South America are not so high and that the deadly dresses could be legally sold in several other countries. What do you think should be done with the dresses?

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    I would certainly avoid selling these dresses even in those countries where selling of this dress may not be illegal because it will be violation of ethical standards to sell this product which can cause harm to kids. Further, it would ...

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    You work for a company that makes children's clothing. You have manufactured over a million units of a new summer dress for little girls. But the maker of the cloth made a mistake and used a material that can catch fire very easily. Your dresses do not meet US standards and cannot be sold in this country. Your manager points out that standards in South America are not so high and that the deadly dresses could be legally sold in several other countries. What do you think should be done with the dresses?

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