Richard Wingfield considers whether cooperation with other companies in the industry to continue in the deep sea tanker shipping package. What are the economic and strategic impact of the termination of the agreement? What are the legal implications of the training? Where is the line between cooperation and conspiracy, and what should a company do if the legality of a long-standing business practice comes into question?

Richard Wingfield considers whether cooperation with other companies in the industry to continue in the deep sea tanker shipping package. What are the economic and strategic impact of the termination of the agreement? What are the legal implications of the training? Where is the line between cooperation and conspiracy, and what should a company do if the legality of a long-standing business practice comes into question?
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Lynn Sharp Paine,
Lara Adamson
Source: Harvard Business School
14 pages.
Release Date: 14 October 2009. Prod #: 310043-PDF-ENG
Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group HBR case solution

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