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Government Regulatory Agencies' Effect on Organizations

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How do US government regulatory agencies and laws affect organizations? Choose one or two specific regulatory requirements and explain what effect they have on organizations. How do they differ domestically and internationally?

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US government regulatory agencies and law affect organizations in several ways. They affect the formation of organizations, for instance if a C Corporation is formed it has to be registered. If it wants its stocks to be enlisted on a stock exchange the laws pertaining to registration and public companies apply. When the business sells some product, the laws like the Article 2 of the UCC apply. When the company borrows money from banks, the lending rate is affected by government actions taken through the Federal Reserve. If the company is public it has to ...

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