This revealing new book examines the principle causes and mechanisms of commercial corruption in China today. It offers readers a clear analysis of the major sources of commercial corruption and bribery in China, and contrasts anti-corruption measures used outside of China with the measures China has recently implemented. Corruption and bribery is a major and high profile problem in China.
This book explores the phenomenon from a Chinese perspective and examines the practice of bribery amongst Chinese people. But the book also explores how many foreign companies actively bribe so as to get more business in China.
The author suggests that commercial bribery in China by foreign MNCs is a major problem because their techniques are so sophisticated and their head offices are outside China. This book is useful for anyone interested in learning about a phenomenon that threatens opportunities for doing successful business in China.