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FEB-14(2)

BY | December 22, 2015

In this issue: The first part of this issue acknowledges that leniency programs seem to be more popular than ever—but there’s growing doubt as to their future. Our experts from…

In this issue:

The first part of this issue acknowledges that leniency programs seem to be more popular than ever—but there’s growing doubt as to their future. Our experts from the U.S., Europe, and Brazil explain some of the reasons why. And in the second section, we continue to present case studies of how developing authorities are tackling complex issues—hearing this month from Finland on damages, Mexico on broadcasting, and Ecuador with a first-year report. There are lessons here

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