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The Tianjin Catastrophe, Customs Brokers, and Collective Action

[…] commensurate with national and international laws and to send a message that corruption is no longer tolerated. See www.collective-action.com for more information on this and other anti-corruption Collective Action initiatives. ________ Gemma Aiolfi is the Head of Corporate Governance, Compliance, & Collective Action at the Basel Institute on Governance. She can be contacted here. https://fcpablog.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Screen-Shot-2015-08-17-at-7.50.08-AM.png

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In foreign corruption cases, transparency creates accountability

[…] crime—and occur even when the case ends in a settlement agreement. Because fighting corruption requires a collaborative, all-hands-on-deck approach, jurisdictions should make these details available cost-free and online whenever they can. Doing so can make the difference between real accountability and continued impunity. Download the full NRGI report here. _____ Aaron Sayne is a […]

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American Values: Cronyism Isn’t Capitalism

[…] I replied. Cronyism is the opposite of capitalism. American capitalism is about markets, competition. “Rational” markets in which sellers compete; purchasers decide based on price, quality, service, brand. Cronyism, nepotism, elites reserving the goods for themselves — This is the opposite, the antithesis of American capitalism. This is why we revolted in the first […]

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Will luxury markets survive Russia sanctions and China anti-graft push?

[…] they have the money and freedom to travel globally. Western brands who choose to expand into China and Russia are savvy enough to understand that by raising brand awareness in these markets, as incomes rise, these consumers will eventually become global tourists and shoppers. As world political events run their course, the Russian market […]

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Jorge and Basch: Argentina introduces deferred prosecution agreements, standards for compliance programs

[…] new law, which offenses trigger corporate liability, standards of liability, and defenses. In this post, we’ll talk about other key features of the new law. Non Prosecution / Deferred Prosecution Agreement. Companies can mitigate their sanctions by actively cooperating during the investigation through an “effective collaboration agreement” — a sort of settlement that can […]

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With GSK, China flipped the compliance switch

[…] that China’s fight against bribery and corruption could boost economic growth, generating an additional $70 billion for the budget, in summarizing economists’ forecasts. An article in the online publication Position and Promotions, reported that the bribery “could trigger a 0.1-0.5 percent increase in the world’s second-biggest economy, equivalent to $70 billion dollars.” This crackdown […]

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UNCAC reviews: 184 countries, 6 languages, limited funding, tight deadlines — what could possibly go wrong?

[…] to help put things right. But with the funding constraints, that doesn’t always happen. Are the UNODC peer reviews effective? All the reports are public and posted online. It’s not in-your-face naming and shaming. But like the OECD Working Group reviews, it puts pressure on governments and their enforcement agencies to do better. And […]

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Comments To What’s The Count

Nine out of 10 visitors to this blog (according to feedburner.com) view our posts through a reader such as Google Feedfetcher or an aggregator. That means most visitors normally don’t see comments (or the buttons and other information to the right). In response to our prior post about how the DOJ and SEC count their […]

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