‘Take note of strict anti-graft laws’

  • Nation
  • Saturday, 16 Apr 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: When in doubt, don’t do it – that’s the advice of se­veral legal experts to multinational corporations (MNCs) trying to get business in a foreign country.

This is because MNCs might get into trouble with anti-corruption laws of their home country even if actions such as giving paid holidays to foreign government officials is not illegal in that country.

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