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Entries in Brazil (228)


DOJ: Biomet breached DPA

The DOJ said in a court filing this month that Biomet breached a 2012 deferred prosecution agreement "based on conduct in Brazil and Mexico."

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Embraer CEO departs amid graft probe

Frederico Curado (Image courtesy of Embraer via YouTube)Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer SA said in an SEC filing Friday that Frederico Curado will step down as chief executive officer after leading the company for nine years.

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Andy Spalding: ‘Brazil’s got no use for an anti-anti-corruption minister’

Brazil’s Acting President, Michel TemerBrazil’s historic anti-corruption moment has reached a glorious, if ironic, crescendo.

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Andy Spalding: Is Brazil’s anti-corruption moment in jeopardy?

Brazil’s anti-corruption effort remains largely in tact, though at least two recent events begin to raise suspicions.

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Vantage Drilling reopens Asia customs and immigration bribe probe

Image courtesy of Vantage Drilling InternationalA Houston-based drill ship operator said Friday it reopened an investigation into possible bribes in Asia for customs and immigration officials "in light of the allegations in the Petrobras matter."

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Acting Brazil President Dissolves Anti-Corruption Agency

The first formal act of Brazil’s interim president has been a Provisional Measure that completely dissolves Brazil’s main anti-corruption enforcement agency, the Comptroller General (CGU).

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Andy Spalding: Dilma’s Removal and the New Rule of Law in Brazil

Early this morning, Brazil’s Senate voted to move forward with President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment trial. Under Brazilian law, Dilma must immediately step down from office for the duration of the trial, which could be as long as six months.

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UK Enforcement: Former banknote company exec convicted of overseas bribery

Image courtesy of Innovia SecurityA former manager of a polymer banknote manufacturer was convicted Wednesday of four counts of making corrupt payments to a foreign official.

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Corruption is Not Cultural: The Jeitinho Brasileiro in Decline

Some say there are places where corruption is “cultural.” But that’s not exactly true. And ironically, Brazil now proves it.

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Andy Spalding: Here's the ebook we wrote about Brazil’s anti-corruption triumph

Image courtesy of the University of Richmond Law SchoolThe University of Richmond Anti-Corruption Research Team is proud to announce the release of our ebook, “Olympic Anti-Corruption Report: Brazil and the Rio 2016 Games.”

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Andy Spalding: Brazil's Untold Success Story

The media would have us believe that Brazil is in a state of unmitigated crisis and collapse. But that’s just the surface story.

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Fernando Cevallos: For Latin America, ISO 37001 brings needed compliance credibility

I live in Mexico City and work in Mexico and Latin America. Here's what ISO 37001 looks like from my perspective.

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