Brazil’s anti-corruption 'clean company law' is signed

By André Marques Gilberto

Last night, president Dilma Rousseff signed into law Brazil’s so-called ‘clean company act’, a sweeping piece of anti-corruption legislation that aims to introduce an effective corporate compliance culture. In the process, she vetoed three aspects of the bill, making it effectively tougher than originally projected…

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