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SIGNATURE OF THE CONVENTION ON COMBATING BRIBERY OF FOREIGN PUBLIC OFFICIALS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS. 17 December 1997 Château de la Muette, Paris, France. CONVENTION ON COMBATING BRIBERY OF FOREIGN PUBLIC OFFICIALS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS.

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17 december 1997 ch teau de la muette paris france

SIGNATURE OF THE CONVENTION ON COMBATING BRIBERY OF FOREIGN PUBLIC OFFICIALS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS

17 December 1997

Château de la Muette, Paris, France


Convention on combating bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions

CONVENTION ON COMBATING BRIBERY OF FOREIGN PUBLIC OFFICIALS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS

The Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Officials in International Business Transactions was adopted on the 21 November 1997 by the Negotiating Conference. Representatives of the then 29 OECD Member countries and five non-members i.e. Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile and the Slovak Republic, signed the Convention on 17 December 1997. Signatories committed to criminalise bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions and to engage in a unique monitoring process by peers.


Signature of the anti bribery convention

SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Donald J. JOHNSTON, OECD Secretary General

President:Jacques DONDOUX, Secretary of State of External Trade, Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry, France

Signing: Günter Rexdot,

FederalMinister of Economy, Germany


Signature of the anti bribery convention1

SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: Raul Granillo Campo,

Minister of Justice, Argentina

Signature of Australia


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SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: NikolausMichalek, Minister of Justice, Austria

Signing: Stefaan de Cleerck, Minister of Justice, Belgium

NikolausMichalek, Minister of Justice, Austria


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SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: Eduardo Jorge Caldas Pereira, Secretary General of the Presidence of the Republic, Brazil

Stefaan de Clerck, Minister of Justice, Belgium

Signing: VassilGotzev, Minister of Justice and EuropeanIntegration, Bulgaria

Pierre S. Pettigrew, Minister of HumanResources, Canada (left)


Signature of the anti bribery convention4

SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: Pierre S. Pettigrew, Minister of HumanResourcesDevelopment, Canada

Signing: Chog-Il Won, Vice-Minister of Justice, Korea

Alexis Guardia, ChileanEmbassy, Paris

Signing: Flemming Hedegaard, Permanent Representative, Denmark


Signature of the anti bribery convention5

SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: Rodrigo RatoFigaredo, Vice-President, Minister of Economy and Finances, Spain

Madeleine Albright, Secretary of State, USA

Madeleine Albright, Secretary of State, USA, (Centre)

JuokoSkinnari, Minister of Finance, Finland (Left)

Rodrigo RatoFigaredo, Vice-President, Minister of Economy and Finances, Spain (Right)


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SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: JuokoSkinnari, Ministry of Finance, Finland

Signing: Alexandros Baltas, State Secretary for National Economy, Greece


Signature of the anti bribery convention7

SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Chairman: Dominique Strauss Kahn, MinisterEconmy, Finances and Industry, France

Elisabeth Guigou, French Minister of Justice (Left)

Jacques Dondoux, State Secretary, French Ministry of Economy, Finances and Industry (Standing)

Signing: Pal Vastach, Minister of Justice, Hungary


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SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signin: SverrirHaukurGunnlaugsson, Iceland

Giovanni Maria Flick, Minister of Justice, Italy

Signing: Mary Wallace, Minister of State, Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform, Ireland


Signature of the anti bribery convention9

SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: Giovanni Maria Flick, Minister of Justice, Italy

MaahnikoKomura, State Secretary for ForeignAffairs, Japan

Signing: MaahikoKomura, State Secretary for ForeignAffairs, Japan

Robert Goebbels, Minister of Economy, Public Work and Energy, Luxembourg

ArseniFarrelCubillas, Minister of Public Affairs Management and Development, Mexico


Signature of the anti bribery convention10

SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: ArseniFarrelCubillas, Minister of Public Affairs Management and Development, Mexico

Bjorn Solbakken, State Secretary, Ministry of Justice, Norway

Signing: Bjorn Solbakken, State Secretary, Ministry of Justice, Norway


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SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: Julian Ludbrook, Deputy Permanent Representative,

New Zealand

Signing: Egbert Jacobs, Permanent Representative, Netherlands

Hanna Suchocka, Minister of Justice, Poland (Left)


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SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: Jose CeraJardim, Minister of Justice, Portugal

Josef Liscak, Minister of Justice, SlovakRepublic

Signing: Josef Liscak, Minister of Justice, SlovakRepublic

JaromirPrivatsky, Permanent Representative, CzechRepublic


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SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: JaromirPrivatsky, Permanent Representative, CzechRepublic

Leif Pragrotsky, Trade Minister, Sweden (Left)

Lord Stanley Clinton-Davis, Trade Minister, UK (Right)


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SIGNATURE OF THE ANTI-BRIBERY CONVENTION

Signing: Jean Pascal, Delamraz, FederalConsellor, Head, FederalDepartment of Public Economy, Switzerland

Signing: Leif Pragrotsky, Trade Minister, Sweden

Signing: OltanSungurlu, Minister of Justice, Turkey


Convention on combating bribery of foreign public officials in international business transactions1

CONVENTION ON COMBATING BRIBERY OF FOREIGN PUBLIC OFFICIALS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS

For more information: www.oecd.org/bribery


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