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TRACE Releases 2012 Global Enforcement Report
Date:5/20/2013

ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- TRACE International today released its Global Enforcement Report (GER) 2012, finding that prosecutions against individuals and government or business entities for bribery and corruption trended downward last year. The GER 2012 is the third in an annual series from TRACE that assesses international anti-bribery enforcement trends.

"Although the number of outbound enforcement actions fell last year, the enforcement of bribery laws remained a priority," said Alexandra Wrage , TRACE Founder and President. "Fifteen nations initiated their first ever legal action against inbound or domestic bribery. The addition of over a dozen new countries to worldwide bribery enforcement is a very positive trend and one that the global compliance community can celebrate."

Between 2011 and 2012, foreign bribery enforcement actions (excluding investigations) by the U.S. declined by 52%; such actions by countries other than the U.S. declined by 42%. While foreign bribery enforcement by the U.S. declined in 2012, the absolute number of foreign bribery enforcement actions brought by the U.S. in the ten-year period from 2002 through 2012 exceeds the number of enforcement actions pursued in the rest of the world.

The GER 2012 shows South Korea, Nigeria and China lead the world in enforcing their national prohibitions on inbound bribery, defined as the bribery of a country's government officials by foreign companies.  The report also includes for the first time information about how many times countries declined to take formal enforcement actions or closed official inquiries related to outbound or inbound bribery from 1977 through 2012. The U.S. accounts for nearly 75% of global declinations; six other countries also declined to pursue formal bribery enfor
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