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Canada placed near the bottom of Transparency International’s Exporting Corruption Report as one of the worst countries for prosecuting foreign bribery. Professor Quaid was one of the contributors to Canada’s analysis and can speak to why Canada placed so poorly in the global rankings.
''Governments need to create new penalties for organizations that fail to put in place measures to prevent against foreign bribery. But before that happens, the business community needs to better understand the gravity of foreign bribery and acknowledge that Canada is not immune to its perverse global effects.''