10) Sonya and Amber work together in the Hong Kong corporate office. Despite having similar backgrounds and education, they cannot agree on whether it is appropriate to offer bribes to Chinese officials for the purpose of expediting business transactions. Which ethical generalization does this most likely illustrate?A) Individuals have their personal belief systems.B) Culture has the strongest influence on personal ethics.C) Personal values rarely overlap with global business dealings.D) Society requires individuals to rationalize ethical inconsistencies.Answer: ADiff: 3AACSB: Ethical understanding and reasoning abilitiesSkill: ApplicationObjective: 1Learning Outcome: Discuss the role of ethics and social responsibility in international business.11) BP's program to prepare managers at headquarters for assignments in Russia is an example of________.3
12) Which of the following is most susceptible to ethical variations in international business?13) Which term refers to a decision that benefits an individual to the possible detriment of the organization?14) Braxton Clothing Company most likely forbids its buyers from accepting gifts from potentialsuppliers because the firm wants to avoid a(n) ________.A) conflict of interestB) strategic breakdownC) breach of contractD) trade violationAnswer: ADiff: 2AACSB: Ethical understanding and reasoning abilitiesSkill: ApplicationObjective: 2Learning Outcome: Discuss the role of ethics and social responsibility in international business.15) Gift exchanges in a business situation in Japan are best described as ________.4
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