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13.3 Concluding Thoughts

Tremendous opportunities exist for companies that wish to operate in the international markets. However, the international legal environment requires careful planning to avoid costly mistakes associated with violations of trade regulations, the formation of international contracts, and criminal prohibitions. Additionally, ethical considerations involving human rights and the natural environment are ever present.