Consider the cases: “Pepsi’s Burma Connection” https://philosophia.uncg.edu/phi3

Consider the cases:
“Pepsi’s Burma Connection” https://philosophia.uncg.edu/phi361-matteson/module-5-treatment-of-employees/case-pepsi-in-burma/
“Levi Strauss & Co. and China.” https://philosophia.uncg.edu/phi361-matteson/module-5-treatment-of-employees/case-levi-strauss-co-in-china/
Levi Strauss and Pepsi are each trying to strike a balance between profit and protecting human rights (or at least corporate image) while still participating in the nations where human rights abuses are certainly taking place.
Can a business operate ethically in an area that condones human rights abuses? If so, what does it take to do that? If not, then why not?
Using Utilitarianism, what is our responsibility, as consumers, towards people suffering human rights abuses in foreign lands? (To answer this part, you’ll want to make sure you demonstrate an understanding of how the ethical theory gets you to your answers.)

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