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Thomas Fox
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Marc Alain Bohn
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Bill Waite
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Russell A. Stamets
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How Corruption Hurts China

Writing in today’s Wall Street Journal, Minxin Pei, left, a professor at Claremont McKenna College, said the Chinese government has grown softer on corruption since 2000.

About 2,500 communist party cadre are indicted for economic crimes every year, he said.… Continue Reading

Resource Alert: The Sweep Of Enforcement

Hughes Hubbard (a sponsor of the FCPA Blog) continues its tradition of providing an invaluable resource to the compliance community through publication of its FCPA / Anti-Bribery Alert. The latest version for Summer 2012 is now out and available here.… Continue Reading

The Africa Aid Circus

I am one of those Africans who strongly believe that aid achieves very little of its intended objectives and fuels, among others, dependency and corruption. Dependency, of course, is a bad thing as it demotivates governments from developing local capacity.… Continue Reading