What Is the Meaning of Ethical Implications?

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Ethical implications refers to the assumed consequences of an ethical (moral) action. For example, if a country were to suddenly donate billions of dollars to another third-world country, it would have ethical implications.
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Ethical implications refer to the morality implied or suggested by something. Ethical refers to pertaining to morals or principles of morality while implications refer to something suggested as naturally understood. It could be seen as a negative view of a group or something.
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