Anti-Corruption Developments in Central America: A Clear Path Forward?

The last several years have seen vast expansion of anti-corruption efforts across Mexico and South America. Central America, however, has lagged its neighbors to the north and south leading some to consider the narrow isthmus a “fly-over” region. A closer look, however, reveals a more complicated story. In a guest article, Alejandra Montenegro Almonte, Gregory W. Bates, and Chervonne Colón Stevenson, attorneys at Miller & Chevalier, review the recent anti-corruption efforts in Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador and assesses the short- and long-term impact of those efforts. See “A Guide to Recent Prosecutions Related to the PetroEcuador Scandal” (Sep. 18, 2019).

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