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Entries in China (783)

Friday
Sep092016

China: A third of our most wanted graft suspects who fled overseas are back

More than 30 of China's 100 most wanted corruption suspects who fled overseas have been brought back to the country, the main anti-graft agency said this week.

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Wednesday
Sep072016

Eric Carlson: Take the headaches out of China investigations (Part 2)

Yesterday’s post on minimizing headaches during China investigations discussed company policies and mitigating risk under PRC privacy and state secrets laws.

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Tuesday
Sep062016

Eric Carlson: Take the headaches out of China investigations (Part 1)

Any company with more than a small presence in China is likely to need to conduct an internal investigation there at some point.

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Wednesday
Aug312016

AstraZeneca pays $5.5 million to resolve China, Russia FCPA offenses

The Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday charged U.K.-based pharma AstraZeneca PLC with violating the books and records and internal controls provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act when wholly-owned subsidiaries in China and Russia made illegal payments to boost drug sales.

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Thursday
Aug252016

Practice Note: How to handle real estate compliance risks

In the prior post, we talked about anti-corruption enforcement actions and investigations involving real estate. Now let's look at real estate-related compliance.

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Friday
Aug052016

Yes, Chicom membership still matters to the feds

A Naperville, Illinois man admitted in federal court that he intentionally failed to disclose his prior membership in the Chinese Communist Party when seeking naturalized citizenship in the United States.

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Monday
Jul252016

Frank Brown: A plan for integrating local partners into the global supply chain

Local firms in emerging markets are often highly attractive to multinationals looking for new suppliers and partners. Those local firms, many of them mid-sized, see joining a global value chain as a key step for survival.

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Tuesday
Jul122016

Johnson Controls pays SEC $14 million to settle China bribe case, receives DOJ Pilot Program declination

Johnson Controls Inc. agreed Monday to pay $14 million to settle SEC charges that it violated the books and records and internal accounting controls provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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Thursday
Jul072016

Michelle Chen: Xi is Committed to ‘Rule by Law’ not ‘Rule of Law’

In early June 2016, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), the Chinese Communist Party’s corruption watchdog, attacked the government’s own propaganda department, stating that it “lacks depth in its research into developing contemporary China’s Marxism” and that “there are also weak spots in implementing the principle of ‘the party controls the media.’”

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Tuesday
Jun282016

PwC: What every executive doing business in China needs to know

China has historically been considered a high risk location for multi-national companies. An analysis of publicly available information determined that in the past five years alone, there have been 29 actions by U.S. enforcement agencies alleging FCPA violations involving China.

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Monday
Jun272016

Conflicting demands encourage symbolic compliance

When top state or corporate leaders lay down goals, compliance may not always meet their intended aims. This is the case in China, where companies have been under increasing pressure from the central government to comply with rising standards in corporate social responsibility.

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Friday
Jun172016

Ericsson confirms FCPA probe 

Image courtesy of EricssonSwedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson said in a statement posted on its website Friday that authorities in the United States have questioned the company about its anti-corruption program and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

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