Large Corporations Operating in Developing Countries

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Essay #: 058495
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Large Corporations Operating in Developing Countries
The damage they inflict and what can be done about it
This paper looks at large corporations in developing countries and argues that such entities have obligations that ensure that their sub-contractors abide by fair labour and environmental standards and respect basic human rights; at the same time, the paper highlights how businesses can be encouraged to live up to such obligations. This essay will start by outlining the broad levels of analysis that will be used in discussing this topic; after that, the paper will look at the issue through positive, normative and strategic conceptual lens and will conclude that there is a problem, that this problem stirs controversy as to how best to...
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