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Car Wash investigation's legacy is driving cooperation in the Americas

June 11, 2019, Global Investigations Review

Veronica Yepez is quoted extensively in Global Investigations Review from her panel session at the Latin Lawyer - GIR Live Anti-Corruption & Investigations conference in Mexico City. In discussing the legacy of the Brazilian “Car Wash” investigations, Ms. Yepez said that episode is driving cooperation in South America: “We are not only seeing close cooperation between Brazil and the U.S., but cooperation between Brazil and Colombia, Brazil and Peru, and Brazil and Argentina … even though the U.S. will continue to be a strong force in enforcement, it is no longer the case that all the enforcement action is being led by U.S. authorities.”

 

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