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When Canada enacted a corporate antibribery law in 1999, many companies shrugged and went on doing business as usual. When other nations complained about Canada’s lack of enforcement, its government shrugged and did little. Even when the country prosecuted its first foreign bribery case against an oil and gas company in mid-2011, corporate counsel shrugged, knowing that the law had more loopholes than a badly knit ski cap.

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