Practitioners Take the Pulse of Anti-Corruption Compliance and Enforcement in China

China’s aggressive but sometimes opaque anti-corruption efforts have been making headlines for the past several years and companies are facing a “fluid enforcement environment,” according to Nathan G. Bush, a partner at DLA Piper. The domestic anti-corruption efforts of President Xi Jinping’s regime and uncertainty over how the Trump administration will enforce the FCPA and interact with Beijing make anti-corruption compliance particularly challenging. A recent Strafford seminar featuring Michael S. Diamant and Michael Li-Ming Wong, partners at Gibson Dunn, and Cindy Hong, a partner at K&L Gates, offered a thorough overview of the current state of the anti-corruption and political climate in China. This article summarizes the key insights from the program. See our two-part series on China’s State Secrets Law: “A Primer for Anti-Corruption Practitioners (Part One)”(Jun. 29, 2016); and “Six Things to Consider When Engaging in Internal Investigations in China (Part Two)” (Jul. 13, 2016).

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