Emerging risks - growing compliance problems in emerging economies
The risk of having to pay bribes to get business done in many emerging markets is prevalent: from being granted a concession, an operating licence or a contract by an emerging markets government, to getting goods cleared at customs, obtaining immigration visas and being connected to the local electricity grid or telephone network..
Bakers’ Paul Melling and Sunny Mann examine the growing compliance issues that come with the rise of the emerging markets
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