Layton Canada Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In 1993, Leighton Canada is caught in an insoluble political situation. As part of a global restructuring process, the company was transformed from a subsidiary of the Dutch parent corporation subsidiary of a parent in the U.S.. Now, if it continues with its usual practice of export of electrical components in Cuba, it would violate the law of U.S. exports. If it stops, however, it would violate Canadian law. Rewritten version of the previous case. "Hide
on Lygeia Ricciardi, Laura Bures, Debora L. Spar Source: Harvard Business School 13 pages. Publication Date: December 19, 1995. Prod. #: 796108-PDF-ENG

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