- OECD offers upgraded foreign bribery toolkit, but will recalcitrant countries use it?
- OECD updates foreign bribery guidance
- Ratcheting up the pressure
- Brazil barricaded
MLex: The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD’s) Working Group on Bribery in International Business recently updated 11-year old guidance with provisions that encourage members to use new tools to crack down on foreign bribery and better protect whistleblowers. While the revisions give the OECD's Working Group a wider base to push for reforms by lagging members, it may yet have its work cut out to win results, not least because it can't compel them.
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