Ordinance and other relevant ordinances/laws in this Guide are necessarily ICAC has developed this Corruption Prevention Guide for Listed Companies. The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) was established in under the ICAC Ordinance (Cap. ). The ICAC has. To effectively expose, investigate and combat corruption, the ICAC is granted special powers under the following three ordinances: the ICAC.
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If a public servant other than a prescribed officer solicits or accepts an advantage with the permission of the ordinnce body of which he is an employee being permission which complies with subsection 4neither he nor the person who offered the advantage shall be guilty of an offence under this section.
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In this article, we look at the ways in which the ICAC—technically a Chinese agency albeit operating in a legally independent jurisdiction —can help to reduce and prevent corruption in Mainland China.
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Copyright Disclaimer Plug-in Download. Section 9 Corrupt transactions with agents 1 Any agent who, without lawful authority or reasonable excuse, solicits or accepts any advantage as an inducement to or reward for or otherwise on account of his – a doing or forbearing to do, or having done or forborne to do, any act in relation to his principal’s affairs or business; or b showing or forbearing to show, or having shown or forborne to show, favour or disfavour to any person in relation to his principal’s affairs or business, shall be guilty of an offence.
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We argue for the criminalization of foreign bribery ordinanec limited extraterritorial application of the POBO within the greater China area.
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