March 23, 2015
Instructor Tiffanie Culpepper
Globalization encourages interdependence which permits an economy to prosper by selling it merchandise to an unlimited market in other counties and can operate a business in more than one country. Globalization also benefits the parent company to buy goods and services from other countries that are successful. The parent company may be here in the United States and have affiliates or subsidiaries in the other countries. The goal is to establish a global business strategy to target developing countries that will generate the most growth and potential for profit. A company which puts to use a successful multinational strategy can be a vital asset for shareholders of the multinational corporation (Karanja, 2015).One will examine the issues of ethical and social issues that a corporation may face in other countries. The goal is to help one to understand how corporations will adhere to the ethical principles and/or rules of the country in which it may be doing business with. Multinational corporations produce capital in developing nations because the labor is cheaper and trade liberalization has permitted goods to be produced in developing countries to order to interject their market into well developed countries (University of Phoenix, 2015).
Identify ethical perspectives in the global organization.
FedEx acquired TowerGroup International in February, 2000 to form a new subsidiary, FedEx Trade Network. The worldwide network is being served by four regions outside the U.S.: Canada; Asia-Pacific (APAC); Europe, Middle East, Indian Subcontinent, and Africa (EMEA); and Latin America, Caribbean (LAC). Each country offers different features that are design to meet the transportation needs, specific markets and customer service to service each country. FedEx plays a central role in global trade, benefiting the global economy and,...