American corporations have learned to live reasonably with, if not actually love, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Congress is currently being told that there are things that need correcting in the Act. Congress will eventually face these problems rather seriously so that a bill in some form will amend some of the things wrong with the Act. It is doubtful that any business person of good faith thinks there is anything wrong with the theses behind the Act. Business has learned, to its benefit, to live with the requirements of the Act.





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