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2012 Latin America Corruption Survey Report

Miller & Chevalier Chartered and Matteson Ellis Law PLLC today announced the results of their 2012 Latin America Corruption Survey gauging the understanding and effectiveness of anti-corruption laws that regulate the behavior of businesses in the region. While some of the survey results showed remarkable consistency with a similar study Miller & Chevalier conducted in 2008, there were notable differences suggesting a growing focus on the part of businesses on anti-corruption laws in the region, including more attention to compliance and more widespread familiarity with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).

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