Question: The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prohibits U S firms from giving

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prohibits U.S. firms from giving bribes to officials in foreign countries, although bribery is customary in some countries. Non-U.S. companies operating in foreign countries are not necessarily similarly restricted; thus, adherence to the FCPA could make competing with non-U.S. firms more difficult in foreign countries. Do you think bribery should be considered so repugnant that American companies should be asked to forgo a foreign custom and, hence, the profits that could be obtained through observance of the custom?
Prepare both a pro and a con position for your answer, assuming you will be asked to defend one position or the other.

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