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Qualcomm investigation grows

Qualcomm said this week it has stepped up a review of its FCPA compliance, while the DOJ and SEC continue to investigate the company.

San Diego-based Qualcomm hasn’t identified what business units or countries are involved or the amounts of any alleged sensitive payments.… Continue Reading

New problems for EADS after office raids

German police raided and searched the German offices of EADS Tuesday.

Sources said the raid was connected to an investigation into the defense contractor’s sale of military aircraft to Austria.

In the U.K.,… Continue Reading

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Do anti-corruption agencies promote graft?

In July, I had an interesting conversation with Prof. Alan Doig in Vienna relating to the fight against corruption in my own country, Kenya.

He asked me how Kenya was fighting its infamous corruption and impunity.… Continue Reading

China Corruption Blotter (November 8, 2012)

Yu Xinlong, former director of Wuhan City (Hubei Province) Sixin Ecological Development Management Committee Land Bureau, was charged with embezzling $694,521 of demolition compensation. According to reports, Yu collaborated with a man identified as Jiang to fabricate the existence of factory structures on a piece of wasteland slated for redevelopment by state-owned Wuhan Drainage Company.… Continue Reading