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US-Brazil anti-corruption pact a step forward, but impacts are limited, practitioners say

By Caio Rinaldi and Robert Thomason
  • 29 Oct 2020 16:12
  • 29 Oct 2020 16:23
The anti-corruption chapter in a mini-trade agreement forged last week between the US and Brazil is a step in the right direction in efforts to curb transnational white-collar crime, legal practitioners say, but they question the deal’s true effectiveness.
While they praised some of the terms, they were skeptical about

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