Brazil’s anti-corruption law – expensive and ineffective?
On 29 January, the Clean Company Act came into effect in Brazil, making legal entities liable for corrupt acts for the first time, and dramatically increasing the government’s powers to investigate and punish corruption. However, confusion on how the law can be applied and criticisms of the enforcement structure have dogged the law’s first few days.
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