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GMAT Essay Topic 622 - "So long as no laws are broken, there is nothing unethical about doing whatever you need to do to promote existing products or to create new products." Discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the opinion expressed above. Support your point of view with reasons and/or examples from your own experience, observations, or reading.


In order to open ?” we want to educate a professional business man or ethical one.based on our special ethics. Score:2.5 February 1st, 2012 by findscore.com
In order to open ?” we want to educate a professional business man or ethical one.based on our special ethics. Holistically, plethora in any job will be faced with egregious failure. On the foundat... Read more
Our laws are strong enough to hold all unethical acts that c Score:5 December 5th, 2011 by findscore.com
The author says that when it comes to product promotion or product creation, everything is legal unless it is against the law. It's a strong statement and I abide by it. Our laws are strong enough ... Read more
Television is most commanly use in one side communication in world. Every one get information from it from all arround the Score:2 July 8th, 2008 by findscore.com
Television is most commanly use in one side communication in world. Every one get information from it from all arround the world,they are also enjoy from watching television and make them mind f... Read more
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Ethical promotion Score:4 December 16th, 2007 by findscore.com
The author asserts here that as long as no laws are broken, there is nothing unethical about doing whatever you need to do to promote existing products or to create new product, which seem to be co... Read more
Ethics in Promoting Products Score:4 October 1st, 2006 by findscore.com
It appears that the author is a strong advocate of Corporate Interests. Speaking with the corporate mindset, the author obviously failed to consider social responsibility of the corporates while pr... Read more



  • October 1, 2006