lunedì 18 febbraio 2013
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA): è la volta di Hollywood?
"Last March, word reached several studios of a confidential inquiry by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Justice Department into possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act by people or companies involved in the China film trade. Since then, executives and their advisers have been waiting for some public sign of the scope or focus of the government’s interest."
"In a summary published this month, lawyers for the WilmerHale law firm said that new foreign corrupt practices enforcement cases by the S.E.C. and the Justice Department declined to just 27 last year, after spiking to a recent high of 90 in 2010, though violations of the act remain a stated priority for both agencies."
Non ho letto questo rapporto (eccolo (PDF), ma sospetto che non tutte le indagini aperte nel 2012 siano state contate.
Inquiry Into China Film Trade Unnerves Hollywood, di Michael Cieply, The New York Times, 17 febbraio 2013.
Pubblicato da Lucio Picci a 11:32