Protest-panicked Senate passes anti-corruption law in Brazil
After a wave of protests across Brazil over corruption, the country’s Senate has rushed through a long-delayed bill of law which makes companies liable for corrupt acts – which, if approved by President Dilma Rousseff, should create deep changes in the local business environment.
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