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Anti-Corruption Climate in Turkey: A Quick Guide for Multinational Companies
As an emerging market, Turkey is rightly considered to be a business and commercial hub for the EMEA region, as well as an important market for many multinational companies. In 2017, Turkey received a score of 40 points in Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index, on a scale of 0 ("highly corrupt") to 100 ("very clean").
Turkey
3 Jul 2018
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DOJ Makes the Pilot Program Permanent and Announces FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy
The US Department of Justice ("DOJ") had announced a pilot program ("Pilot Program") on April 5, 2016, which created new mitigation opportunities for companies that (i) voluntarily self-disclosed, (ii) cooperated fully, and (iii) took timely and appropriate remedial actions in FCPA matters that fell within the Fraud Section's mandate.
Turkey
7 Dec 2017
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Compliance Programs to Prevent Corporate Misconduct
With the proliferation of official investigations into international bribery allegations in recent years, as well as the huge fines imposed as a consequence of such investigations, much of the attention of the compliance community has lately been focused on anti-bribery efforts.
Turkey
21 Jun 2017
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A comparative analysis of self-reporting and cooperation mechanisms under FCPA and Turkish Criminal Code
This year, Vimpelcom, a telecommunications company based in the Netherlands, has agreed to pay $397 million to US authorities to settle the charges that it made corrupt payments to Uzbek officials.
Turkey
17 Oct 2016
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