The North America section of the Digest discusses a number of recent declinations and new FCPA investigations as well as a recently unsealed indictment. It includes the following stories:
- The SEC and DOJ closed their investigations into Core Laboratories, Exterran, Terradata and Juniper Networks;
- OSI Systems and Airbus were asked for information from the DOJ and SEC; and
- Five former employees of PDVSA were charged with money laundering and FCPA conspiracy.
In the Europe section of the Digest you’ll find discussion regarding:
- The U.K.’s new use of Unexplained Wealth Orders; and
- Airbus’ agreement to pay a fine of $99 million to end a German bribery investigation.
- China’s formation of a new anti-corruption agency;
- The investigation for bribery of former South Korean president Lee Myung-bak; and
- The police recommend the indictment of Prime Minister Netanyahu.
This issue of the Digest includes also discusses events unfolding in Latin America.
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