1. The OECD Revised Recommendation of May 1997, which contains a list of agreed preventive and repressive measures.
2. The binding criminal law Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions of December 1997, which focuses on the criminalization issue.
This book reviews the United States' laws and rules implementing the convention, as well as their enforcement. The book illuminates the key legislation designed to deter, prevent, and fight corruption.