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.

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."

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

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