legal business

timer Asked: Nov 27th, 2013

Question Description

For several decades, MBI, a multi-national corporation, has manufactured
military tanks at several of its branches around the world. One of those
branches in Country C sells its tanks both to the army of Country C and the army
of Country D. MBI does not have a branch in Country D. After delivering several
hundred tanks to Country D, that country has refused to pay for them,
complaining that they were defective. (It has nonetheless deployed them as its
frontline battle tanks.) MBI sued Country D in the courts of Country D. The
courts of Country D dismissed a breach of contract action brought by the MBI
several months ago. The rationale for the Court's decision is that that the army
is immune from suit in its courts.

  1. Can MBI bring suit in a Country C court?

  2. Is legally and ethically prudent for MBI to do so?

  3. There are numerous problems in dealing with the military establishment of
    foreign countries. Describe in detail what some of the problems that US
    businesses encounter when they manufacture and sell military equipment to
    foreign military agents?

three to 4 paragraphs, apa references, no plagerism

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