Our research suggests anti-corruption enforcement in India may be about to become much more expansive and aggressive.
India’s anti-corruption movement is putting intense pressure on politicians to at least present the appearance of fighting corruption.
Several pieces of legislation may be ratified during the winter session of parliament, which opens Thursday.
The government plans to amend India’s penal code to hold company managers responsible for bribes paid by employees.
Managers could go to jail for up to seven years.
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Benjamin Kessler is a contributing editor of the FCPA Blog and managing editor of its membership area.