AN ETHICAL ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND SAFETY FOR INTERNATIONAL WORKERS In today’s globally competitive marketplace, multinational corporations (MNCs) operate daily across international borders in the name of capitalism and free-market enterprise. While the growth of global trade and commerce offers many benefits to MNCs themselves, questions arise concerning important ethical issues. Perhaps most challenging is answering the question of whether the company should ensure the safety and rights of their international workers and at the same time maintain a reasonable profit or continue to operate as they do in their home countries and disregard the safety & rights of international workers. In addressing this...The end:
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