XYZ Company is a U.S. firm that makes communication software used in a variety of consumer goods manufactured and sold in the United States. XYZ recently learned that one of the manufacturing firms it supplies, ABC Company, is exporting finished goods to a country where U.S. goods and component parts are prohibited because of numerous conflicts with the U.S. government.
Does XYZ have any moral or legal responsibility in this case?
How should XYZ protect itself under these circumstances?
Should American business practices be impacted by conflicts between governments?

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