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Tuesday
May162017

Companies from these 42 industries have disclosed FCPA-related investigations

What industries do the 102 companies currently followed by FCPA Tracker represent?

Here's the list:

1.   Advertising

2.   Airline

3.   Asset Management

4.   Auto Parts

5.   Aviation Technology

6.   Banking

7.   Building Materials

8.   Business Information

9.   Chemicals

10.  Climate Control

11.  Conglomerate

12.  Education

13.  Engineering and Construction

14.  Equipment and Vehicle Rental

15.  Food Production

16.  Food Supplements

17.  Gaming

18.  Healthcare

19.  Industrial Cleaning

20.  Information Technology

21.  Insurance Services

22.  Logistics

23.  Medical Devices

24.  Mining

25.  Oil and Gas

26.  Oil and Gas Services

27.  Pharmaceutical

28.  Power Generation

29.  Printing

30.  Rail Transport

31.  Real Estate

32.  Retail

33.  Services

34.  Spirits

35.  Steel Production

36.  Supply Chain Management

37.  Technology

38.  Telecommunications

39.  Test Systems

40.  Tobacco

41.  Transaction Processing

42.  Wind Energy

FCPA Tracker scans for and analyzes public disclosures about FCPA-related investigations.

FCPA Tracker relies exclusively on primary source documents disclosed by the companies.

Click here to learn more about FCPA Tracker.

Reader Comments (1)

With a list so extensive is difficult to see which sectors are not involved in ilegal procedures.
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