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How have your fellow MAPI members handled pushback to FCPA language from distributors in your company distribution agreements? Five members provided thoughtful answers to this very question, and shared how they were able to successfully incorporate anti-bribery and anti-corruption language in...
Brazil Enacts Long-Pending Anti-Corruption Legislation Introduction From August 2011 to January 2013, MAPI published a series of reports examining anti-corruption activity in key global markets: the so-called BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, and China), South Africa, and Mexico. The report...
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the UK is positively infatuated with the United States. Two years ago, the UK essentially copied U.S. anti-corruption laws by adopting the UK Bribery Act—a British version of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)—to criminalize corporate corruption...
The world was stunned recently by the death of a soccer official at the hands of a 17-year-old goalie. One single unsportsmanlike act created a cascade of devastation with two lives lost, and families and teams reeling in its wake. Companies face similar risks every day—not necessarily death—but...
The world was stunned recently by the death of a soccer official at the hands of a 17-year-old goalie.  One single unsportsmanlike act created a cascade of devastation with two lives lost, and families and teams reeling in its wake.  Companies face similar risks everyday - not necessarily death -...
[Login required. For members only] MAPI hosted a webinar examining the business environment that exists in Mexico today. Mr. Jesus Gonzalez, general counsel, Latin America, Rockwell Automation, Inc., addressed this important and timely subject, expanding upon remarks he made at the spring meeting...
To learn more about the Executive Summit agenda, visit madeinmfg.com. Corruption is a problem that is as old as mankind. It has long been recognized as an obstacle to many countries’ development and economic growth. Moreover, it is a significant hurdle to overcome for companies doing business in...
It’s an unfortunate reality of global business that most companies operating in emerging markets have to deal with corruption in one form or another. U.S. companies have to be concerned about their exposure to a multiplicity of anti-corruption/anti-bribery laws, including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt...
This report examines the general corruption landscape in South Africa. Topics covered include specific examples of past and present corruption problems, the magnitude of the issue, areas of concern for companies doing business or investing in the country, and the legal regime in place to address...

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