U5_IP5_IBLE - Running Head ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION WITH ECONOMIC IMPACT Environmental Regulations and Economic Impact on Taiwan and Singapore By

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Running Head: ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION WITH ECONOMIC IMPACT Environmental Regulations and Economic Impact on Taiwan and Singapore By Jeremy Tyson Jarvi BUSN320 International Legal and Ethical Issues in Business Professor Elizabeth Clark, Instructor American InterContinental University Sunday, February 5 th , 2011 Abstract For comparison's sake, let's focus on two countries that might be thought of as being at opposite ends of the development spectrum: Singapore and Taiwan. The information contained below addresses the following: 1. Environmental Regulatory Level of each 2. Summary: Wage and Working Hour Legislation for each.
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Running Head: ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION WITH ECONOMIC IMPACT 3. Assessment: Is the Environmental Regulation for each nation sufficient? 4. Assessment: Is the Hour/Wage Legislation Ethical? What is the country's environmental regulation level? Right now the fact is that Taiwan’s environmental regulation is just starting to increase, but there are some experts on the issues that say that it is “too little, too late.” Here is an example: So many of the rice fields have been contaminated by toxins from manufacturing plants in Taiwan (Environmental Law in Thailand, n.d). There are laws that have been set in to place but they are not regularly enforced (Environmental Law in Thailand, n.d). The populations within the urban areas are quite dense, and the urban areas actually sprawl deep into the suburbs, especially along the western coat and the capital city of Taipei (Environmental Law in Thailand, n.d). Singapore is very heavily populated and is a mixture of processed food manufacturing to the hospitality/service industry to product manufacturing (Tan, n.d.). In Singapore there are
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Running Head: ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION WITH ECONOMIC IMPACT almost zero natural resources and the water supply is in extremely short order, and it is also
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