Afghanistan deadly attacks / Ethical stocks / China law amendment
'We don't feel safe': Afghan anti-graft officials demand protection. A series of deadly attacks on Afghan anti-corruption officials has highlighted the dangers of taking on the country's rich and powerful and sparked calls for better protection of the people waging war against graft.
Channel News Asia: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/-we-don-t-feel-safe---afghan-anti-graft-officials-demand-protection-9397434
Three top ethical stocks. "[These companies] feature in the United Nations Global Compact 100, an index featuring firms that have implemented the UN Global Compact’s Ten Principles covering human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption."
Rachel Winter/MoneyWeek: https://moneyweek.com/rachel-winter-three-top-ethical-stocks/
Amendments to China’s Anti-Unfair Competition Law Broadens the Scope of Commercial Bribery, Imposes Vicarious Liability, and Increases Penalties. The Amended law: (1) redefines commercial bribery in a broader yet more precise manner; (2) expressly imposes vicarious liability on employers; and (3) increases administrative penalties.
Ropes & Gray LLP - Mimi Yang, David Y. Chen and Lily Qian/Lexology: https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=7b266d1e-d51e-4874-ac40-2635a1d296b0