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Julie DiMauro
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Thomas Fox
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Marc Alain Bohn
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Bill Waite
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Shruti J. Shah
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Russell A. Stamets
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Richard Bistrong
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Eric Carlson
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Posts Tagged: China

U.S. to ZTE: Hire American compliance officers

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said a deal the Administration has reached with China’s ZTE to restore its U.S. trading rights includes creating a new compliance department that’s staffed with American compliance officers.… Continue Reading

Dun & Bradstreet pays $9 million to resolve China FCPA offenses

Dun & Bradstreet Corporation agreed Monday to pay more than $9 million to resolve Foreign Corrupt Practices Act charges arising from improper payments made by two Chinese subsidiaries.

The subsidiaries “used third-party agents to make unlawful payments to obtain data vital to Dun & Bradstreet’s business as a provider of business financial information,” the SEC said.… Continue Reading

Eric Carlson: Expect more anti-corruption enforcement in China

China’s biggest government reorganization in a generation, coinciding with rapidly escalating U.S.-China trade tensions, will impact many aspects of doing business in China, including an uptick in anti-corruption enforcement.

1. “Super” enforcement agency targeting government officials is established.… Continue Reading

Feds open new GSK China bribery investigation

GlaxoSmithKline said in a securities filing Wednesday that the DOJ and SEC asked for information about third-party advisers the company hired in China during a corruption investigation there.

GSK said it is also responding to requests from the SFO for more information about the third parties.… Continue Reading

China company convicted of stealing U.S. wind turbine technology

China’s biggest wind turbine maker was convicted Wednesday by a federal jury of nearly destroying an American company by stealing its trade secrets.

Sinovel Wind Group Co. Ltd. was found guilty after an 11-day trial in Madison, Wisconsin of conspiracy to commit trade secret theft, theft of trade secrets, and wire fraud.… Continue Reading