U.K.'s Sweeping Anti-Corruption Legislation Increases Risk for Businesses

The United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) has received a great deal of attention of late. The U.S. government's increased FCPA enforcement efforts reulted in $1.2 billion in fines and sanctions in the first few months of this year, as well as a seven-year prison sentence for an executive of a U.S. corporation.

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