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The due diligence to be conducted for acquisition targets is similar to that required for agents and intermediaries. However, due diligence concerning an acquisition target requires more in-depth analysis than due diligence of an agent or intermediary often does. This is because an acquirer can be held accountable for past violations of a target if it has not adequately investigated the possibility of such violations and not included proper representations, warranties and an indemnity in the contract.
Conducting anti-bribery and corruption due diligence of an acquisition target also
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