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Posts Tagged: South Korea

I-Fighting Corruption

Does the Internet have a role to play in the battle against graft? It’s still early, but the signs are promising.

For public corruption to flourish, a couple of ingredients are necessary — red tape and opaque decision-making.… Continue Reading

California Exec Pleads Guilty

The Justice Department has announced its first Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement action of 2009. Mario Covino, 44, an Italian citizen living in Irvine, California, pleaded guilty in federal court in Santa Ana to a single count of conspiring to violate the FCPA by paying at least $1 million in bribes to foreign officials in several countries.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