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of a scale, but there is either an act committed or there isn’t. It can also be hard to identify howmany cases of bribery there even are because of the limited laws that exist for bribe takers.(Marshall, 2014). Not only is this an ethical issue, but a biblical issue as well. Exodus 23:8 states,“And you shall take no bribe, for a bribe blinds the clear-sighted and subverts the cause of thosewho are in the right”. Briberies are an act of deceit, and ultimately causes no good for anorganization. A company shouldn’t need to rely on corruption and bribes in order to succeed.
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