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Federal Law on Anti-corruption Practices in Public Contracts

Mexico Current 2012

The regulation is related to public-private contracting with the aim to prevent corrupt practices. The Law holds individuals and companies accountable for bribes to obtain or maintain a business advantage in the procurement of public contracts with the government. 

Issuer name

Secretary General

Government ministry

Business/Trade/Industry

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It also has extraterritorial implications in that it prohibits any such actions by Mexican entities or individuals with respect to foreign (non-Mexican) authorities and public officials, whether directly or indirectly.

Organizations covered by the instrument

All Companies

Industry scope

All/none specified

Disclosure venue

not specified

ESG coverage- G (Governance)

Accountability, Anti-Corruption and Anti-Competitive Behaviour

Status

Current

Country

Mexico

Region

North America

Date of publication

2012

Issuer type

Governments (governmental department, agency)

Reporting requirements

Public law and regulation

Mandatory or voluntary

Mandatory

The geographical scope

National/federal

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