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White collar crime: Does India need to do a China to curb bribery?

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More than a decade ago, Scrip reported how an Indian firm, now part of a large multinational group, blatantly offered exquisite holidays against more prescriptions of its product [Scrip Magazine December 2002: Currying favour in India]. The firm even specified how many additional orders, vials in this case, would be needed to take the kids along and also facilitated instalment purchases!

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