When international politics mixes with business, the course of commerce can get complicated. Americans negotiating a deal in England may find themselves defending their nation's foreign policy, or German companies may find it tougher dealing with U.S. firms because of their nation's stance against the Bush administration's plans for action in Iraq. NPR's Chris Arnold reports on how conducting foreign policy interacts with conducting business.
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