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Compliance measures for reducing export-corruption risk

Jaclyn Jaeger | September 20, 2018

Most of the world’s largest exporting countries are doing a poor job at enforcing foreign bribery, leaving exporters vulnerable to bribery and corruption risk.

That’s according to the “Exporting Corruption Progress Report 2018,” conducted by corruption watchdog Transparency International (TI), which rated countries based on their enforcement against foreign bribery under the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention. The Convention requires signatory countries to criminalize bribery of foreign public officials and introduce related measures.

TI scored each country based on number of investigations commenced, cases opened, and cases resulting in sanctions from the past four years. Based on this data, relative to its share of global exports, each country was ranked as having either “active,” “moderate,” “limited,” or “little or no” enforcement. The countries TI reviewed are responsible...

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