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The Morning Risk Report: China’s Anti-Corruption Efforts Get Companies’ Attention

The Wall Street Journal

18 Nov 2016

Timothy Blakely, head of Morrison & Foerster’s Hong Kong Litigation Department, spoke at a joint Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Risk & Compliance event held in Hong Kong and was quoted regarding China’s anti-corruption efforts in the article, “The Morning Risk Report: China’s Anti-Corruption Efforts Get Companies’ Attention,” published by The Wall Street Journal on November 11, 2016.

"Five years ago, anti-bribery was a harder sell," said Mr. Blakely. Training has become more important in companies’ anti-corruption efforts, including training staff to be ready for government raids, he said.



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