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The Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Review

Edition 10

The Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Review is an incisive overview of the legal and regulatory frameworks combating white collar crime in major jurisdictions worldwide. With a focus on the practical implications of recent enforcement trends and policies, it examines key issues such as domestic and foreign bribery; associated offences including money laundering; best practices for internal compliance programmes; and much more.

The Public Competition Enforcement Review

Edition 14

The Public Competition Enforcement Review is an annual survey of the most important and relevant developments in public competition law enforcement in the most significant jurisdictions worldwide. Among other things, it examines the practical implications of recent enforcement activity regarding cartels, restrictive agreements, abuse of dominance, state aid and merger control.

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