Layton Canada Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Layton Canada Case Solution

Layton, in 1993, found itself in a different political situation. As part of a worldwide reorganization procedure, the firm was transformed from a subsidiary of a Dutch parent corporation to a subsidiary company of an U.S. parent.

Now, if it continues with its customary practice of exporting electrical parts to Cuba, it'll break U.S. export law. Nevertheless, it'll violate Canadian law in case it discontinues. A rewritten version of an earlier case.

PUBLICATION DATE: December 19, 1995

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