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Wal-Mart’s Victims, Part XVII: Using Civil Society  

I’ve previously argued -- following the DOJ’s lead -- that the governments in developing countries are usually better understood as the co-conspirators in a bribery scheme than as the victims. So if we want to remedy the harms that resulted from particular bribes, we can’t go through them.

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Wal-Mart’s Victims, Part XVI: Compensating Victims through the STP

The proceeds of FCPA enforcement actions currently go directly into the U.S. Treasury. But that need not be so. My proposed Supplemental Transparency Project would use a portion of the settlement proceeds to directly fund programs in the countries where the bribery occurred.

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Wal-Mart’s Victims, Part XV: Proposing the Supplemental Transparency Project 

We’ve talked in this series about how FCPA enforcement could do more to help the overseas victims of bribery. And after a fourteen-post build-up, we’re finally at our destination.

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