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    The Ethics of Bribery

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    Bribery is wrong, and it would be almost instinctive to point at the benefits of impartially functioning public servants and incorrupt corporations to our democratic society as justification. However, in this imperfect world where bribery is rife in varying degrees, is it possible to express this notion convincingly? Certainly 'because the UK Bribery Act says so' is far less persuasive to a council planning office in Shanghai than in London, and indeed in compliance with section 7 of the Bribery

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    Bribery in International business

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    The development of a country depends generally on the work and values of its society. The image of a country can be severely damaged by certain actions and behavior of their citizens, like bribery. When a country is known as a corrupt nation, not only will the facade of the country be affected, but also the economy. Establishing measures to eradicate corruption are urgently necessary. Corruption has been around since the begging of time, but currently is more common in business, more specifically

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    What Is Wrong with Bribery?

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    To make a payment in exchange for special consideration where the recipient has a duty to offer equal consideration to all (more commonly referred to as bribery) is morally reprehensible on three distinct grounds. Not only does it violate inherent principles of justice and equality by enabling one to use their wealth in order to attain or reinforce influence, it also provokes the recipient to violate the positional responsibility that they have tacitly agreed to uphold (this duty is therefore contractually

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    will ultimately be harmed by any plans that include bribery.” Bribery and Corruption Bribery and corruption are commonly thought of in relation to politics and governmental corruption. The truth is, bribery and corruption raise their ugly heads in a broad range of situations, from executive contracts, to gaining freedoms, services and nepotisms. Sports is another ground in which bribery and corruption commonly occur. Because the very nature of bribery and corruption is private, the general public absorbs

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    international business, more and more companies get large profits in multinational cooperation, also led to a serious corruption problem at the same time. One of the most famous is the Siemens scandal. Although there are many laws to stop transnational bribery, many companies have to rely on bribes to win contracts. Some managers consider the social resources are limited and the distribution exist competition. A bribe is the easy way to obtain the resources that the companies original may not get. Furthermore

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    solid marketing mix, but does not guarantee that the obstacles of payoff’s and bribery won’t hinder the outcome. Below the surface level of many sales negotiations, like those seen in our case study of Boeing and Airbus, are driven not on their marketing mix, quality, reputation or reach, but rather on power, bribery, politics and corruption, which plays a very real role in international business negotiations. Anti-bribery laws in the U.S. were established to prevent the rampant corruption exhibited

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    Wal-Mart, being one of the largest and most successful companies in the U.S has looked for expansion overseas. The company has a very strong market research team that analyzes the different options and opportunities, and now it has more than 10,000 stores in 27 countries. However, the means Wal-Mart used to enter in some of those markets have been questioned. Investigations have shown that the company bribed officials in several countries to obtain permits and licenses to construct, operate, and

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    Case Study Corruption/Bribery/Personal relationships Case: Brooks is a vice president who mainly deals with domestic jobs, but has a new project working with a foreign government. It just so happens that Brooks has a personal relationship with a Foreign Official from that country and knows him and his family well. Brooks, however, has not disclosed this relationship to the Company. When the Official called one day and asked her to find an internship for the Official 's daughter at the company, Brooks

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    Bribery has always been a controversial issue, especially in the business world. Many argue that bribes are a necessary cost of doing business while others view them with distain, claiming that they are antiquated and create an unfair advantage. In the late 90’s, the problem reached a boiling point. Although laws such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act made bribery illegal in the United States, it still remained an international issue. Numerous skeptics claimed that violators of the act slipped

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    Corruption of Government

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    world, government corruption has consisted of a number of negative issues including bribery, economic and social impacts, and the misuse of power. Government’s role within daily life has been shown to have negative effects as seen in many aspects of life as well as in literature. Bribery can be defined as when one is offered money or some other incentive with the intention to corrupt a person’s actions.¬ Bribery is the main component, if not the basis, of government corruption. Payments made to officials

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