Case Study

ExxonMobil Corporation: Implications of the chad-cameroon pipeline

8 pages
December 2001
Reference: IMD-3-1062

The ethical aspects of the project development by an oil consortium in Africa are outlined using two opposite view points. The main issue tackled in this case is whether a win-win scenario is a viable option while doing business in global era.

Corporate Governance, Ethics, Conflict, Globalization, Oil Field Development
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© 2001
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