U.S. government in recent years has sought to crack down on crooked tactics abroad.
By MARK DAVISThe Kansas City Star
Foreign bribery. Internal investigations. Public scandal. Hefty fines. Prison.
Doing business in a global economy isn't supposed to be like this.
But recently-published allegations that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. covered up bribes in Mexico add to the considerable evidence that simple corruption is ingrained in the international business world.
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