Change in the Anti-Corruption Law wants to exempt companies from fine
The proposal with changes in the Anti-Corruption Law discussed between members of the Chamber and the government summit provides for the possibility of total exemption from the payment of fines by corrupt companies that sign a leniency agreement. This forecast is part of an amendment inserted last week to the bill that is being processed by the Constitution and Justice Commission of the House and establishes changes in the law sanctioned two years ago.
Source: Estadão website (15/08)
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