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8th January 2015
OECD Foreign Bribery Report
In this report released in December 2014 the OECD details more than 400 foreign bribery cases concluded since the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention in 1999. This convention was formed to identify those involved in bribery actions, those receiving bribes and the means through which bribery has taken place.
The report goes on to describe the nature of bribery cases, and the difficulty in tracing and identifying them as they often involve off-shore entities, complex corporate structures and multiple intermediaries.
You can download the full report here