Legal And Ethical Implications Of Expanding Business Into Japan

1249 WordsJan 9, 20175 Pages
Introduction As one of the US’s most successful corporations looking to expand I was hired to provide officials with the necessary information in regards to legal and ethical implications of expanding business into Japan. The success of this company has flourished under its current management whose dedication to the business and their leadership have insight the interest of different customers. Management 's aptitude for building relationships are critical to the business and has put the company in a position where financially it can afford to successfully expand the company into the western market. The company 's plan is to expand into the Japanese market which intertwines with the direction of the company to offer services customers…show more content…
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