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Posts Tagged: China

Faro Discloses Expected FCPA Resolution

Faro Technologies, Inc.’s third quarter disclosure describes a not-yet-effective deferred or non-prosecution agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

In March 2006, Florida-based Faro — which designs, develops, and markets software and portable, computerized measurement devices — self-disclosed to prosecutors potential violations in China of the U.S.… Continue Reading

Red Tape Round-Up

With the 17th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in full swing in Beijing, we thought it would be a good time to see what leaders there are doing about corruption.… Continue Reading

Termites In China

The happy people in the photo are Ma Wen (right), head of China’s new National Bureau of Corruption Prevention, and her deputy, Qu Wanxiang. The occasion is the official unveiling of the anti-corruption bureau in Beijing on September 13, 2007.… Continue Reading

Greetings, Comrade

A friend of The FCPA Blog who bunked in Singapore awhile and has since returned to Washington, D.C. asks: In a communist country, is everyone a government official?

The question is important because the U.S.… Continue Reading

York International Pays $22 Million To Resolve Global Corruption Case

Internal Investigation into Oil-For-Food Abuses Uncovered Widespread Bribery

York International Corporation has reached a settlement with U.S. prosecutors of numerous violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act — relating to bribes paid under the United Nations oil-for-food program and kickbacks for other government contract work in Bahrain, Egypt, India, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and China.… Continue Reading

Paradigm’s Pre-IPO Due Diligence Reveals FCPA Violations

Paradigm B.V., a Houston-based oil and gas services provider, entered into a non-prosecution agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to resolve payments that violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Paradigm made prohibited payments to foreign officials in China, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Mexico and Nigeria.… Continue Reading

Schnitzer’s Victory

The case was full of bad facts. For nearly ten years until late 2004, some $1.8 million in bribes went to foreign officials and private parties in South Korea and China.… Continue Reading