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a length of flawed or damaged cloth removed from the main piece
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In such a regime, the targets of the bribes are clear and the delivery of goods to the briber is secure.
However, this agreement is preceded by the offer, promise, and deed initiative belonging in this situation briber.
If the reporting briber loses the contract he loses the expected profits v of executing that contract.
According to the net proceeds method, the benefits subject to disgorgement are the contract revenues minus certain legitimate costs or expenses incurred by the briber in executing the contract--for example the cost of supplying goods and services.
Facilitation payments, also called "according to rule" corruption, refer to bribes paid in order to receive preferential treatment for something that the briber is required to do by law.
It states those found guilty, whether the briber or the person bribed, would get up to 10 years in jail.
It states those found guilty, whether the briber or the person bribed, would get up to 10 years in jail, according to a report in our sister publication the Gulf Daily News.
As regards incrimination of corruption, GRECO remarks that the Macedonian legislation still allows for the briber that reports the crime before being discovered, thus turning into an associate of justice, to be paid his bribe back.
the legal liquidator of a trading company, appointed by court decision, who claimed money to the briber in order to underestimate some goods that were to be sold to the briber.
Table 2 summarizes data on total and mean values of business obtained by briber givers, the amount of bribes or payments, and the mean ratio of payments (bribes) to business obtained in DOJ cases.
Offering or giving a bribe, by contrast, involves a different dynamic: The briber (in contrast to the bribee) normally does not have a duty of loyalty.
Whereas official right extortion reaches only the public official who receives a bribe, bribery reaches both the public official and the briber.