Fraud abroad

21 July 2009
As you will see from our story on fraud abroad, we had a great deal of response from SM readers. Anti-fraud experts are predicting a substantial rise in prosecutions of UK firms involved in corruption abroad. It follows engineering firm Mabey & Johnson this month becoming the first UK company to be prosecuted for corruption in respect to overseas contracts. Many buyers said they support the SFO's action, and some said M&J should be a "blacklisted" supplier. What do you think of the case? Would you blacklist a supplier found guilty of involvement in corruption? If you wish to add any additional thoughts to this debate, please click on the comments link below.
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