Gambling and Death in Vietnam (a)
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July 31, 2008
Darden School of Business
What should a manager with a multinational corporation do when his employee confides that he may have accidentally killed someone? The plant where they work is located in Vietnam; the employee, a native, is hesitant to face the charges given his concerns about the fairness of the local legal system. He is seeking both advice and help. The B case (UV1170) updates the situation and provides additional fodder for discussion.
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Gambling and Death in Vietnam (A)