Bribery and corruption (China): overview

A guide to the types of work that in-house counsel and private practitioners may expect to encounter in relation to bribery and corruption in China, including compliance, investigations, operations management and due diligence. The note includes an overview of the bribery and corruption regimes that companies active in China need to comply with (including the FCPA, BA 2010 and the domestic Chinese regimes and Hong Kong's Prevention of Bribery Ordinance), introduces the enforcement authorities for each regime and covers recent developments within China in this field.

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