September 21st, 2011

seattle

Инвестиции, говорите? Хе-хе

Andy Spalding, a law professor at the Chicago-Kent College of Law,
likens the way the FCPA is enforced to “de facto sanctions” on countries
where corruption is rife. A study by KPMG, a consultancy, found that a
third of British and a quarter of American companies would simply steer
clear of corruption-prone countries to avoid the risk of being
prosecuted. Firms from less fussy places, such as China, will happily
fill the gap.

http://www.economist.com/node/21529103?fsrc=nlw|mgt|09-21-11|management_thinking