The decision by many western businesses to pull out of South Africa in protest of the country’s apartheid government contributed to the economic crisis that ultimately led to the collapse of the apartheid system. The local communities and customers that were negatively impacted by the decisions of the western businesses can best be described as
victims of cultural relativism.
victims of utilitarianism.
Answer: external stakeholders.
- Until the 1980s, many western businesses continued to profit from their operations in south Africa despite knowing that doing so indicated tacit support of the country’s apartheid government.
- Zahara is wondering how she will be able to afford her monthly TV streaming services, water bill, groceries, and cell phone bill.