Bribery and Extortion in International Transactions
Bribery and Extortion in International transactions
In my Term Paper I would to cover very difficult subjects which are Bribery and Extortion committed in transactions, first let us present short definition and its descriptions:
Bribery is the practice of offering professional money or other favors in order to go around ethics in a variety of professions. It is a form of corruption and is generally illegal, or at least cause for penalties from professional organizations.
For example, a motorist may bribe a police officer not to issue a ticket for speeding, a citizen seeking paperwork or utility line connections may bribe a functionary for faster service, a construction company may bribe a civil servant to award a contract, or a narcotics smuggler may bribe a judge to lessen criminal penalties. In some cases, the briber holds a powerful role and controls the transaction; in other cases, a bribe may be effectively extracted from the person paying it.
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