China FCPA Risks: Anticipating and Managing Corruption Risks in Transactions Involving the PRC

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James Parkinson and Lauren Randell explore the methods that companies entering the Mainland China market can assess and manage corruption risks before transactions are finalized, and after closing. Their article also reviews recent FCPA enforcement actions involving foreign company actions in China, and discusses several areas that should be on the "radar screen" for foreign companies entering the PRC. China FCPA Risks was published in Vol. 2, No. 7 of the Bloomberg Law Reports and is reprinted with permission.

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