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Notice to Exporters 2011/08 - Publication of Bribery Act Guidance


Notification about publishing of Bribery Act guidance announced by the Justice Secretary, Kenneth Clarke.

The Ministry of Justice have now issued guidelines about the Bribery Act that will come into force on 1 July 2011. The guidance clarifies what constitutes a bribe, outlines the six principles which underpin the purpose of the act and includes a set of case studies to aid interpretation and understanding.

The Bribery Act affects commercial organisations of all sectors and sizes, not just companies who require export licences.

As with export control legislation, the new Bribery Act provides the legal framework within which free markets can flourish.

Link to Notice

To find out more details and download a copy of the guidance published by the Minsitry of Justice, see Notice to Exporters 2011/08 (DOC, 463 Kb) .

Export Control Guidance 

Further practical guidance for exporters is available on the export control pages of the Businesslink website.

Previously issued Notices to Exporters

You can access previously issued Notices via our Notices to Exporters page

Export Control Enquiries

For general export control queries please contact the ECO Helpline on 020 7215 4594 or eco.help@bis.gsi.gov.uk 

ECO Business Awareness Team
Export Control Organisation  
Notice to Exporters 2011/08
31 March 2011

Contact the Export Control Organisation

See the Contact the Export Control Organisation page for further contact details.

Minister responsible

Mark Prisk is the minister responsible for this policy area.


 

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