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ANSWER: A
In case of conflict of interest situations, the project manager should inform senior management, and distance oneself from the conflict of interest situation, if possible. However, in this context, as the senior management insists and the project manager has to continue in the current position, appropriate documentation can help in preventing any accusation of bias in conflict of interest situations. Option B and Option D are not relevant - you had already mentioned about the conflict of interest situation to the senior management and got approval to continue with the project. Option C is an extreme step which need not be taken at this time.

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