Battling International Bribery 2001 is the State Department's third annual report to Congress reviewing implementation and enforcement of the Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions. This report analyses the implementing legislation of seven of the countries that have ratified the Convention since the 2000 report and updates the information on 21 other Parties to the Convention. The report also provides updated information on enforcement of the Convention, measures taken by the signatories to end the tax deductibility of bribes, areas where the Convention might be strengthened, and efforts at encouraging additional non-OECD key exporting states to join the Convention.
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