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Comment: Changes in Brazilian anti-corruption law encourage cooperation in probes, strengthen compliance programs

By Paula Mariane
  • 14 Sep 2022 21:51
  • 14 Sep 2022 21:51
A new decree designed to bolster Brazil’s anti-corruption law was designed to promote a culture change in the nation’s companies by encouraging them to work with the government bodies that carry out investigations, while also strengthening compliance programs.
Decree 11,129/22 took effect July 18, replacing a prior 2015 decree, and

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Paula Mariane

Correspondent, Latin America

Paula is a journalist and photographer from Brazil with more than 10 years of experience in covering social, political and international affairs. Before joining MLex, she worked at CNN Brasil and Al Jazeera as a writer and producer. TEDx speaker and author of the book “Bonds of Honor,” Paula is the first civilian to produce a long-term photographic series of the Brazilian Army.

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