Saying “No” to Bribery: A cautionary tale

business_ethics_highlights_2Doing business in developing nations can be a dangerous thing. >>>

Just “Say No” to Bribery, but Prepare First. A Front-Line Story

…the bribery started when the locals saw an opportunity to extort money from a foreign company. It started with permits, and then customs came with their hand out because the client operated in duty free facility that required customs officials on site. At the same time, the police joined in demanding money to provide security…..


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