Made in the USA – Dumped in Brazil, Africa, Iraq….The Case of ‘Made in The U.S.A.- Dumped in Brazil, Africa, Iraq…’ brings up the controversial issues of dumping, a term that refers to the practice of exporting to other countries products that have been banded or declared hazardous in the United States. Is it moral to dump U.S. banned products overseas? Both the manufactures and the consumers have valid arguments.As a consumer of these dangerous products being dumped on overseas markets one could argue the manufacturers lack of respect for life. It should be in the company’s best interest to take in consideration the health and safety of people and animals. These manufactures are knowingly making dangerous and even deadly products available to communities in third world countries. DowElanco sold its weed killer Galant in Costa Rica, although the Environmental Protection Agency forbade its sale to U.S. farmers because Galant may cause cancer. These companies need to take in consideration the burden/ benefit factor; the safety of others
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U.S. banned products, weed killer Galant, count ries products, world countr ies, deadly poison dioxin