Case #1172.1

An Ordeal in Iran (Sequel)

Publication Date: January 01, 1991
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An American business executive in revolutionary Iran seeks to take a series of steps to allow hundreds of his firm's employees to safely escape the country. But doing so, he finds, means doing business with a merchant who asks something in return-that the executive smuggle valuable Oriental rugs out of the country and deposit the proceeds of their sale in an American bank account for the benefit of the merchant's family.

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Case Author:
Philip Harkins and Esther Scott
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Funding Source:
American Express Fund for Curricular Development in Ethics