Significant Changes In Anti-Bribery Laws In Mexico And Colombia Signal A New Commitment To Anti-Corruption Efforts

September 15, 2017

For companies with global operations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is no longer the only anticorruption law of significance. Mexico and Colombia recently enacted sweeping anti-corruption legislation aimed at ferreting out corruption at all levels of government. Both Mexico and Colombia have faced their fair share of political scandals, so these new comprehensive initiatives are illustrative of the countries’ commitment to tackle corruption, rebuild the public’s trust in government, and reform the way business is conducted going forward.

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