Adopted by the Parliament on November 8, 2016, the “Sapin II Law” is primarily designed to strengthen the French anti-corruption arsenal and introduces new measures to prevent and penalize corruption.
This Law also brings a number of changes to the legislation governing business relationships between economic operators, including with respect to practices that restrict competition, so-called “single commercial agreements” and payment terms.
Regularly singled out for criticism for lack of efficiency of its anti-corruption arsenal, France finally seems committed to catch up in this field.
The so-called “Sapin II” Bill, which should be debated in the French Parliament at the beginning of June 2016, heralds significant changes in the fight against corruption.
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