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China Amends Criminal Law to Strengthen Anti-Bribery Regulation for Private Companies

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China has amended its Criminal Law to toughen provisions on bribery in the private sector.

Avon Bribery Case May Face U.S. Grand Jury Investigation

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Feb. 14 – Avon Products Inc., the world’s largest door-to-door cosmetics merchant, is still in the midst of bribery rumors four years after the U.S. company started an internal anti-corruption investigation. Federal prosecutors are now probing a 2005 draft internal report by the company which raised concern over Avon’s compliance with U.S. anti-bribery laws, and […]

Six Principles to Follow for Bribery Prevention

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By Helena Wahlund Dec. 5 – It has become increasingly important for companies to have procedures in place in order to prevent corruption and bribery from taking place within their organizations. Following greater international cooperation between enforcement authorities as well as new enforcement techniques such as wiretaps and sting operations, the number of prosecutions under […]

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