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Dalsania 1 Akash Dalsania Reeves 9 September 2010 Business Ethics In China, business ethics is not as big of a factor for companies, but rather their result is based on their GDP growth and other numbers. The article states that the Stephan Rothlin from the Center for International Business Ethics at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing and Professor Hengda Yang set out to teach business ethics in China. The two spokespersons went to China and taught business ethics along side with how to keep good relations with customers to the younger generation. They exclaimed “that business is not a life or death battle, but something like a win-win result that lets all people benefit from commerce.” (Flannery). In China the marginal benefit exceeds the marginal cost of bending business ethics. It is easier to get away with unlawful activity in China and therefore it is used by many businesses for their
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Unformatted text preview: convenience. The article also talks about the difficulties of being a whistle blower in China. Business ideas and important information are shared with a very a small number of people in China’s businesses therefore most people don’t have the ability to whistle blow. Many of the accountants in China use fake accounting so real information is only shared with a few. Although consumers now in China are making Rothlin’s and Yang’s job a little easier now. As consumers are becoming more educated they now are asking companies about where the products come from and other important safety questions before spending their money. Dalsania 2 Flannery, By Russell. "On The Front Line In China: Challenging Business Ethics - Russell Flannery - China Wealth - Forbes." Forbes . 17 Aug. 2010. Web. 16 Sept. 2010. <>....
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