Hogan Lovells releases 2013 global bribery and corruption regulation report
Hogan Lovells’ bribery and corruption task force has released its fourth annual review of the latest developments in anti-bribery and corruption regulation and enforcement around the world. In the review, the firm said that it expects increased enforcement against executives and enforcement co-operation between countries.
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