Latin America still risky for FCPA violations

Posted on August 7, 2016 • Filed under: Corruption, Crime, Latin America News, Politics, Social Issues, United States reported as the world’s attention turns to the South American nation of Brazil this summer as it hosts the Olympics, those who follow the enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) have long been watching the region.

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Even the Olympics themselves — and related economic activity — are risky for bribes and corruption. Contracts to build infrastructure, potential for price fixing by cartels, media rights, and commercial bribes are just some of the potential areas for possible concern, according to Adam Kaufmann, an attorney with Lewis Baach. There have been news reports, too, that the federal government in Brazil is investigating contracts for services and security that used federal funds. Read Article

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