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International Labor Laws

Contends that while ethical behavior is always in the best interest of all stakeholders of a company, a U.S. Firm should be concerned with matching its labor practices to the local legal and cultural climate because it will then be more able to weather changes that come to that environment.
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The Constant Change of International Labor Laws U S Firms often set up production facilities in other countries totake advantage of the lower cost of labor The lower wages are notconsidered unfair because the cost of living is also lower in those areas Also the local labor laws are often more lenient abroad those in the U S While ethical behavior is always in the best interest of all stakeholdersof a company a U S Firm should be concerned with matching its

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