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For about three years now, the world has witnessed an historic anti-corruption campaign in China. Sure, it’s political in no small part, a tool that President Xi Jinping has used to control his enemies. But the crackdown is also serving to deter public corruption generally to a remarkable degree.
There is nothing quite like a week-long trip to Cuba to more keenly appreciate the prospect, and the perils, of foreign investment in developing countries.
[…] There were three corporate declinations and two declinations with disgorgement — a new enforcement action category under the DOJ’s Pilot Program. It was an active three months. For comparison, in Q3 2015, there there were five corporate FCPA enforcement actions and one individual resolution. And in Q3 2014, there was one corporate enforcement action […]
[…] executive of BP Singapore was charged Thursday with taking about $4.3 million in bribes from a local businessman. Chang Peng Hong Clarence, BP’s former eastern regional director for marine fuels, allegedly took bribes from Koh Seng Lee, the executive director of Pacific Prime Trading. PPT supplies petroleum products. Chang was charged with 20 counts […]
Two of the key players in the events leading up to the FCPA’s enactment in 1977 — Judge Stanley Sporkin and Jack Blum — will be part of a panel talking about the FCPA’s historical underpinnings and ongoing significance.
It was the busiest three months ever for FCPA-related enforcement. Here’s what happened since January 1st: Indictments, guilty pleas, and sentencings. Some aren’t strictly FCPA actions, as in the Haiti telecom bribe case. But they’re all related to or part of an FCPA prosecution. Natco (January 6) resolved civil books and records and internal […]
[…] of respondents in developed countries such as Denmark, Germany, Canada, and Japan were not familiar with any instrument, a result that increased to more than 70 percent for participants in New Zealand and Hong Kong. The results varied by region but showed: Younger respondents (aged 20 to 30) were, on average, less aware of […]
A Maryland company that bribed a Russian official to award uranium transportation contracts agreed Tuesday to pay a $2 million criminal fine to resolve FCPA charges.