Last week produced the clearest evidence yet that global companies are shifting production away from China. Kearny’s annual Reshoring Index showed a “dramatic reversal” in the amount of manufactured goods U.S.… Continue Reading
Last week, the British Labour Party, the main opposition party, published a policy review called ‘Tackling Serious Fraud and White Collar Crime.’
As might be expected, the review throws a number of political punches, in particular, the government’s recent proposals to cut red tape for business, by exempting facilitation payments, and the lack of resources for financial crime enforcement agencies.… Continue Reading
In the coming weeks, China Compliance Digest will cover the most significant anti-corruption compliance risk factors facing multinationals operating in China. Subscribers will receive the latest reports via email as soon as they become available.… Continue Reading
Last week, Enrique Peña Nieto (left) took power as the new president of Mexico.
With fighting corruption at the top of his agenda, the forty-six year old president is already working with Mexico’s Congress to impose structural reforms, including the creation of a centralized National Anti-Corruption Commission.… Continue Reading