Monday, October 26, 2020

Planned changes will make it easier for Norway to prosecute foreign bribery

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Økokrim headquarters headquarters in Oslo C.J. Hambros at Wikimedia Commons Proposed changes to Norway’s laws will address concerns raised by the OECD about potential obstacles to the prosecution of foreign bribery cases, a local white-collar lawyer said.

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