From a pioneering law that many originally viewed as unenforceable and nothing more than a ‘policy assertion,’ to the most important and feared law when conducting business in the global marketplace, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act has indeed come a long way. However, many of the same difficult and complex issues confronted decades ago remain the same in the FCPA’s new era.
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