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|Title:||Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions|
|Entry Into Force Date:||1999-02-15|
|Description:||The Convention provides OECD and other countries a framework in which to adopt national legislation making it a crime to bribe foreign public officials. It provides a broad definition of bribery, requiring countries to impose dissuasive sanctions and committing them to providing mutual legal assistance.
The Convention is available in English and French in PDF and Word format. The ratification status is available. Links to supplementary information including national implementing legislation and country reports provided.
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