Oct 01, 2013 ACC DocketVolume 31
, Number 8
, Page DD1
By Gabriela Roitburd
Brazil recently passed the Clean Companies Act into law, signaling the country’s new and aggressive approach to stamping out bribery and corruption. As they can now be held liable for violations, companies should now take the opportunity to either review or establish anti-bribery and corruption programs, to ensure compliance with the Act.
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