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Bribery and corruption

The introduction of the Bribery Act 2010 has broadened the range of bribery and related offences with serious ramifications for businesses and employers, particularly with regard to prevention and detection. Specifically, the act creates a crime of strict liability for corporations whose agents have bribed another anywhere in the world, subject to the defence that adequate procedures have been implemented to prevent the commission of bribery offences.

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