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Entries in Georgia (5)

Tuesday
Jun202017

Linde pays $11 million for declination with disgorgement

Two American units of Germany's Linde Group received a declination with disgorgement from the DOJ Friday for FCPA offenses in the Republic of Georgia.

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Wednesday
Mar152017

Do e-government and digital technologies really help to prevent corruption?

E-government to business (G2B) such as e-procurement, e-tax filing and e-sourcing are often cited as being useful to reduce interface between companies and government officials and thus the scope for discretionary decisions, thereby diminishing the opportunities for bribery.

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Thursday
Jun192014

Grifols discloses probes in multiple countries

Spanish pharma Grifols S.A described ongoing corruption investigations across Europe and in South America and Asia in a recent SEC filing.

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Friday
Feb072014

Liberia whistleblowers in U.S. deny $1 million theft

Two Liberian-Americans accused of “economic sabotage” by the African country have denied the charges and claim they have proof of large-scale graft by top officials there.

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Friday
Dec072012

Spanish pharma wins DOJ declination

In an SEC filing this week, Spanish pharmaceutical firm Grifols SA said the DOJ issued an 'official declination to all inquiries related to the possible violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) that were underway since July 2009.'

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