Industry Doesn’t Get ‘Bright Line’ Definition of ‘Foreign Official’

New law enforcement guidance doesn’t add the specifics sought by business on a who, exactly, can’t be bribed overseas under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. But the U.S. Chamber of Commerce still praised release of the document.

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