The international aspect of buying a business is seen in business immigration. Today many entrepreneurs may wish to purchase business in a country in order to become a citizen of that country later. Now a seemingly simple business decisions, even in regards to a relatively non-complex business undertaking, has to be vetted through an immigration (or business immigration) attorney because there are various additional rules such business has to follow. Certain number of workers must be employed for certain periods of time, etc.
With today's opportunities opening to cross-broder commerce, multinational firms' dealings, and entrepreneurship, there is a lot of overlap between business and immigration / international law.
Personally, I would be interested in discovering how often such and other standard procedures went wrong for people that may be disadvantaged (financially as well as due persistent discrimination based on protected categories). For example, there are academic studies showing higher mortality for immigrant cancer patients already undergoing treatment. These studies focus on immigrants with varying proficiency in English, and show that even for those already (and timely) admitted into the medical system, the level of complications and mortality varies inversely with their ability to communicate in English.
Therefore, to me the answer to this questions is simple. Regardless of whether "brain-dead" people have rights, others still living do have the right to know how well our healthcare system is run and the degree of impartiality it exhibits, or unfortunatelly lacks. Only the right focus and the objective study of evidence can reveal the true picture. Casual "common-sense" arguments made by the media in opposition to Jahi's family may be legitimate discussion points, but they needlessly trivialize this family's tragedy, while failing address healthcare accessibility and quality.
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