Investing in China
Mitigating corruption risk in a land of opportunity
In light of China's improving infrastructure and loosening foreign investment controls, companies have invested heavily to fortify a position in the world's most populous country. Though opportunities abound, China's business environment is complex, and establishing a presence is fraught with challenge. Anti-corruption enforcement has intensified both in the United States and in China, with China concentrating its efforts on state officals who may have accepted bribes and the United States focusing on the bribe payer – leading to growing numbers of investigations by U.S. officials into alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
Learn more in the attached white paper written by Nina Gross, director, Forensic & Dispute Services (F&DS), Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP (Deloitte FAS), Michele Cross, F&DS senior manager of Deloitte FAS, and Anne Blank, F&DS senior associate of Deloitte FAS.