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The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Requires Vigilance When Conducting Business in Latin America

February 2011
Mayer Brown Article
A recent survey of corporate executives, investment bankers, private equity executives, and hedge fund managers at companies in the United States, Mexico, and Canada revealed that sixty-three percent of participants, nearly a third, identified the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) and anti-corruption issues as the cause for an aborted deal or a re negotiation of a deal over the past three years.
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