Over the past two years we have witnessed an exponential increase in global efforts to combat corruption. Nowhere is this more visible than Asia, where a number of countries have recently passed new anti-corruption legislation or taken steps to strengthen their existing anti-corruption frameworks. Local anti-corruption laws should now be the main compliance concern for companies doing business or investing in Asia Pacific.
Our updated Guide to Anti-corruption Regulation in Asia Pacific navigates the complexities of both extra-territorial statutes and domestic laws to provide a practical guide to applicable anti-bribery legislation and enforcement regimes. As well as including new chapters on Australia and Myanmar, we have introduced a checklist at the end of each chapter. This gives readers an at a glance summary of the ‘need to know’ legal and enforcement issues. Read more of this post