Canada’s anti-corruption crack down

Canada’s Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act may have received less fanfare than the US Foreign and Corrupt Practices Act when it was introduced over 15 years ago, but its regulations continue to have implications for countries across Latin America. Beretta Godoy partners Federico Godoy and Juan Sonoda, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP partner France Tenaille in Canada and sociologist Verónica Mundt from Mundt & Asociados discuss its application in Argentina

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