Anti-bribery act brings Mexico up to OECD standards, say lawyers

For decades, Mexican presidential campaigns have been characterised by pledges to crack down on corruption, but they have seldom yielded results. With a new bribery law coming into force shortly before the elections, the country’s lawyers are optimistic that corruption in the contracting of public officials can be clamped down on, and that newly elected President Enrique Peña Nieto will continue the fight.

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