Is anti-corruption reform on the horizon in France?

In recent years, many international and non-profit organizations, such as the OECD, have reported the inadequacy of the current enforcement of anti-bribery laws in France and encouraged the country to pursue its efforts to sanction corruption practices. 

Under the international pressure, the French Ministry of Economics and Finance recently announced that it will soon present the so-called “Loi Sapin II pour la transparence de la vie économique” bill (“Sapin II” ) that would significantly strengthen and improve upon the current French anti-bribery system. 

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