Utilitarianism: Considering Utilitarianism, the action of ITP of exporting drugs which are used for executing people, though on prisoners is not justified. This particular action does produce happiness for the company but not so for the people who are affected by it. Thus the position taken of avoiding to manufacture such drugs is not fulfilled by the moral principle of Utilitarianism. If the action of the company is considered for the happy consequences of both, the performer of the action and the one affected by it, then Utilitarianism probably falls short of supporting the position. Utilitarianism only applies to the company’s good as selling such dangerous drugs benefit them financially and hence, they do not care about the negative consequences that those have to suffer on whom these drugs are being used. This particular theory focuses on the actions which produces good for everyone and regards such actions as the correct and moral ones. However, ITP does not bother about the effects of its drugs and hence its action is considered immoral and incorrect. Overall happiness is not reached by their action of selling banned drugs. In short when happiness is not extended and being confined to the doer of the action, it is probably more selfish and self-promoting rather than being benevolent in their approach (Driver, 2009).