Will the Biden Task Force Change the Corruption Landscape in Central America’s Northern Triangle?

Corruption is at the forefront of a new, multi-pronged approach to national security focused primarily on the Central American countries that comprise the Northern Triangle: Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. The Biden administration, along with the DOJ, recently outlined a strategic endeavor to curtail illicit financing in the region. During a webinar hosted by Miller & Chevalier, attorneys from the region discussed the local legislative landscape and the impact of the new initiatives on multinational corporations doing business in the area. See “Latin American Corruption in the Crosshairs of the Biden Administration” (Apr. 14, 2021). 

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