Room for Improvement: Miller & Chevalier Survey Reveals Troubling Perceptions of Corruption and Compliance in Latin America

Business executives and in-house legal counsel in Latin America observe high levels of corruption in their countries and generally perceive domestic anti-corruption laws to be ineffective, a recent survey by Miller & Chevalier found. However, they are becoming increasingly familiar with the FCPA and other global anti-corruption laws. We analyze the results of the survey and highlight the issues most relevant to those operating in the region. See “Six Compliance Lessons from the 2012 Latin America Corruption Survey” (Sep. 5, 2012).

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