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Agency Officials Say Feds Remain Committed to FCPA Enforcement

"We're in this for the long haul." That was the message to corporate counsel from Nathaniel Edmonds, assistant chief of the Justice Department's fraud section, who stressed that “Enforcement of the [Foreign Corrupt Practices Act] is something DOJ is committed...
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