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The Spectacular Sunday showed, in a special report of the last day 11/12/2016, how the smuggled products enter and are commercialized, in Brazil. In addition to the ease of opening a front company to work with smuggling. Three out of ten Brazilians have already purchased pirated products, thus feeding a market that moves millions of reais.
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A Anti-Corruption Law is already in place and applies to all companies.
Experts highlight the importance of adopting Integrity Programs or compliance, which reinforce the company's intention to act in accordance with the rules.
And they also guide: training and communicating employees about the company's code of conduct, as well as the implications of their non-compliance is essential.
For more information, watch the video Integrity, an initiative of the ETCO Institute, which aims to contribute to the dissemination of Compliance in Brazil.
ETCO and FGV / IBRE study shows that the informal market moved R $ 826 billion in 2014, equivalent to 16,1% of the Brazilian GDP
Watch the article dealing with the latest edition of the Underground Economy Index (IES), released by ETCO in conjunction with the Brazilian Institute of Economics of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV / IBRE). According to the study, the informal market, which corresponds to the production of goods and services not deliberately reported to the government, generated R $ 826 billion in 2014, which corresponds to 16,1% of the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and points to a slight reduction of 0,2 percentage point in relation to the previous year.[iframe width = ”600 ″ height =” 400 ″ src = ”http://www.youtube.com/embed/ME38yLrcG2w?hl=en&fs=1&rel=0 ″ frameborder =” 0 ″ allowfullscreen]
Online seminar, promoted by the global NGO Create.org, shows what a company can do to prevent intellectual property theft.
In this webinar recorded on 16/04/2015, experts Pamela Passman and Allen Dixon of Create.org show how to identify risks to confidential information; how a company is more vulnerable to breaches of digital data and files; how the IT system can protect the IP; and how to integrate IP protection into business operations.[iframe width = ”600 ″ height =” 400 ″ src = ”http://www.youtube.com/embed/VVXXuUWAIsU?hl=en&fs=1&rel=0 ″ frameborder =” 0 ″ allowfullscreen]
Online seminar, promoted by the global NGO Create.org, guides entrepreneurs on corporate integrity programs
Business and Corruption: Risks, Rules and Responsibilities[iframe width = ”600 ″ height =” 400 ″ src = ”http://www.youtube.com/embed/Xv2No9bwXKA?hl=en&fs=1&rel=0 ″ frameborder =” 0 ″ allowfullscreen]
Watch the full article published in the National Newspaper of 03/03 about the National Day to Combat Smuggling[evp_embed_video url = ”https://www.etco.org.br/videos/contrabando-de-mercadorias-jn-03032015.mp4 ″]
Vehicle: TV Globo - SP Publication: 03/03/2015 Program: JORNAL NACIONAL Time: 20:39 Inclusion: 03/03/2015 20:51:00 Time: 2m 35s | Combating the smuggling of goods
Watch the full article on the size of contraband in the country, aired on BOM DIA BRASIL on 3/03[evp_embed_video url = ”https://www.etco.org.br/videos/dia-nacional-combate-ao-contrabando.mp4 ″]
A crime that affects all major Brazilian cities: smuggling. On the National Day to Combat Smuggling, several vehicles, including Rede Globo's Bom Dia Brasil, broadcast reports on the main figures of the criminal smuggling industry.
Cigarettes represent almost 70% of all smuggled products. And with cigarettes alone, Brazil fails to collect R $ 4,5 billion in taxes. Smuggling enters the country mainly through the Foz do Iguaçu region and is distributed to all states.
The Federal Public Ministry estimates that only between 5% and 10% of all smuggled products entering Brazil are seized. This is partly explained by the extent of our borders. The Brazilian authorities are responsible for inspecting an area that extends over 17 thousand km², passing through 11 Brazilian states and 10 countries, including Paraguay, the main supplier of smuggled goods.
The Fronteiras Institute for Economic and Social Development, which works in Foz do Iguaçu, spent seven months preparing a study. “It is organized crime, they are large gangs. Extremely specialized who take this product from here on a large scale and take it to Brazilian capitals ”, says IDESF president Luciano Stremel Barro.
Correction note: In the report aired on March 3, 2015, Bom Dia Brasil reported that Brazil fails to collect R $ 4,5 million in taxes. In fact, the value is R $ 4,5 billion. The information was corrected at 12:15 on March 3.