The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), initially a well-intentioned law designed to keep international commerce above board, has not evolved to reflect changes in the global economy. FCPA enforcement practices create major uncertainty for American businesses who now face civil and criminal penalties for conduct they are either unaware of or resulting from a single employee’s inappropriate actions. Congress should modernize the FCPA.
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