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' Relativism and the Moral Obligations of Multinational Corporations' by Norman Bowie

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In ' Relativism and the Moral Obligations of Multinational Corporations' Norman Bowie concludes with the following claim, " If Romans are to do business with the Japanese, then whether in Rome or Tokyo, there is a morality to which members of the business community in both Rome and Tokyo must subscribe-even if the Japanese and the Romans differ on other issues of morality"
Critically evaluate Bowie's arguments for this claim. Is he right in your opinion?

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He is right because business should be conducted based upon trust, respect, and honest business practices. These are universal practices that transcend culture or ethnicity despite cultural differences. A person in Japan understands the tenets of honesty as much as someone ...

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An evaluation of Bowie's arguments.

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