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Cities of gold? Fraud and corruption in emerging markets: a survival guide


Emerging markets are enticing for any firm looking to expand, but they also present a number of difficulties for the unprepared.

A recent survey conducted by Legal Week in association with Kroll found that the type of fraud most commonly experienced by companies is regulatory and compliance - although a sizeable quarter of all respondents did not know whether they had experienced fraud.

This report explains how a little knowledge of a country's local culture and methods of practice prior to investment can go a very long way.

Click 'View Briefing' to read the full report.

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