British Companies Struggle With U.S. Regulators

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Description: The change in mood is clear in Britain. With its track record of no prosecutions for foreign corruption, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has treated the country as its "whipping boy", says [Alex Rene], always using it as the example of why more action is needed. "That's something that the SFO and FSA have really taken to heart," he says. "They are attempting to change and are becoming much more aggressive in the way that they go after cases."
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