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A bribe is a financial payment or other form of reward or advantage, whether direct or indirect, that is intended to induce or influence, or has the effect of inducing or influencing, an individual, company or public body to perform their functions, including business and public duties, improperly. For the avoidance of doubt, improper performance includes:
not acting in good faith
not acting impartially, and
not acting in accordance with a position of trust
A charitable or political donation could be considered a bribe if it is given or received with the intention of influencing someone to act improperly, or as a reward for having acted
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