Brazil: establishing effective compliance regimes
The past two years have seen corruption being taken far more seriously in Brazil. Although new legislation meeting or even exceeding the OECD Convention requirements was passed to curb inappropriate behaviour following the protests of June 2013, it remained uncertain whether it would be properly enforced. By Bruno De Luca Drago and Paola Pugliese
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