Case Study

Hirane (Philippines), Inc.

5 pages
March 2005
Reference: IMD-5-0681

Hiro Fujita, managing director of Hirane (Philippines), Inc., a Japan-based manufacturer of electronic components is confronted with a dilemma: should he pay “revolutionary taxes” to the “New People’s Army”, a terrorist group suspected to be behind an extortion letter he has just received?

Keywords
Ethics, Corruption, International Business, Electronics
Settings
Asia, Philippines
2004
Type
Field Research
Copyright
© 2005
Available Languages
English
Case clearing houses
IMD case studies are distributed through case clearing houses. In order to browse the collection and purchase copies please visit the links below.

The Case Centre

Cranfield University

Wharley End Beds MK43 0JR, UK
Tel +44 (0)1234 750903
Email [email protected]

Harvard Business School Publishing

60 Harvard Way, Boston MA 02163, USA
Tel (800) 545-7685 Tel (617)-783-7600
Fax (617) 783-7666
Email [email protected]

Asia Pacific Case Center

NUCB Business School

1-3-1 Nishiki Naka
Nagoya Aichi, Japan 460-0003
Tel +81 52 20 38 111
Email [email protected]

Contact

Research Information & Knowledge Hub for additional information on IMD publications

Looking for something specific?
IMD's faculty and research teams publish articles, case studies, books and reports on a wide range of topics