The problem I wanted to discuss was does government regulation placed on corporations slow down or stop economic growth. My research presented a different problem ethically. It revealed that government regulations really don’t stop corporations from doing anything. Corporations actually can influence government legislature for their own gains and most big corporations can adapt to any regulations thrown at them. The ethical problem created is that since corporations aren’t really stifled by regulations then they can continue to dominate the market and small businesses suffer economically. Small businesses cannot compete against big companies and usually go out of businesses which ruin the lively hood of the family owners. Is it ethical that the government help big corporation but not hold them back so smaller businesses can strive and create a stable local economy.

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