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Anti-Corruption Legislation in Canada

Authors: John Bodrug and Stéphane Eljarrat

This publication summarizes Canada’s foreign and domestic anti-corruption legislation in relation to dealings with public officials. It is relevant for both Canadian-based entities operating abroad and foreign and domestic businesses operating in Canada.

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