British MPs Hit Bribery Rule Weakening

April 5, 2005 (Financial Times, UK) — An MP inquiry has attacked the government for ceding to industry pressure by agreeing to an "unacceptable" weakening of anti-bribery rules. Ministers were yesterday criticised by the Commons trade and industry committee for sanctioning changes to the anti-corruption rules imposed by the Export Credits Guarantee Department, the main UK export finance agency. Read more about this issue in the Financial Times. Read the full Financial Times article (April 5, 2005) MPs hit at anti-bribery rule weakening.