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Will BAE face up to its past?

This text was originally posted in Transparency International UK’s blog. This week’s revelations in the Sunday Times show that it is very difficult for BAE Systems to escape from the long-standing allegations of corruption, despite the court settlement of $450 million (£30 million in the UK, the rest in the US) two years ago for books and […]

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Enforcing foreign bribery: notes on some of the key issues (part 2)

Gillian Dell, Programme Manager for Transparency International’s programme on international anti-corruption conventions joined the International Bar Association  conference on foreign bribery enforcemen in Prague from 20-22 September. Here’s the second part of what she learnt: Considerable attention was given to the new UK Bribery Act. That’s the UK law that introduces strict liability for companies […]

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