These Are The American Companies Still Doing Business With Russia

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 These Are The American Companies Still Doing Business With Russia

Many companies claim their work is of a humanitarian nature, so halting all operations and sales could mean the lack of essential goods, or even worse. As per Sarah Varney for Crain’s Chicago Business, a majority of the companies not leaving Russia are “drugmakers, medical device manufacturers, and health care companies,” as these companies don’t need to comply with sanctions due to exemptions in U.S. and EU laws. These companies emphasize their purpose of serving people, claiming their business is, in many cases, life-sustaining. But corporate altruistic motives are always, without exemption, questionable, as described by Yale School of Management professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, “being misguided at best, cynical in the medium case, and outright deplorably misleading and deceptive.”

Johnson & Johnson is one of the companies which will not stop operations in Russia because if they do, “people will die or have severe consequences,” stated Chief Financial Officer Joseph Wolk for The Wall Street Journal (via Insider). Love and relationships tips for improve your relation with your boyfriend, husband or that special friend Love and relationships tips

They will provide access to accommodation and financial resources and donate medical products, such as hygiene kits, health packs, and other medical supplies. The company will donate $5 million to the International Federation Red Cross and Red Crescent, along with the corporate matching program Global Giving Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund. They will also continue to work with International Health Partners, Americares, Direct Relief, IFRC, Save the Children, and UNICEF and enable them access to the company’s supply chain network (via Johnson & Johnson).

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