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Business, Communication, Culture, Development, Economy, Education, Environment, Ethics, Finance, Health, Human Rights, Migration, Peace, Poverty, Security, Technology, Trade, Transportation, Youth
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I am an university student in major of Accounting and Finance. I would like to understand and learn more about the ethics of different countries around the globe. Moreover, I would like to share the ethics of mine, in order to exchange with everybody in this Global Ethics Network.

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