Background on some of the laws and strategies
in place to promote ethical financial practices
in the United States.
Ethics and the U.S. Ecomomy
and State Trends in Fraud and Identity Theft
The reports in this booklet analyze the
complaints received by the Federal Trade
Commission (FTC) regarding consumer fraud
and identity theft.
of Antitrust Enforcement Highlights
This Department of Justice timeline provides
dates and names of landmark anti-monopoly
legislation and judicial decisions from
the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 to court
cases from 2003.
the Challenges of International Bribery
and Fair Competition
This report reviews the progress of signatory
countries in implementing the Organization
for Economic Cooperation and Development
(OECD) Convention on Combating Bribery of
Foreign Public Officials in International
Business Transactions (Antibribery Convention).
It assesses the steps nations have taken
to disallow the tax deductibility of bribes
and the various antibribery programs of
major international organizations.
National Money Laundering Strategy
This report, prepared by the U.S. Department
of the Treasury in consultation with the
Department of Justice, outlines strategies
for dismantling money laundering organizations
and prosecuting money launderers. It also
enumerates action items to facilitate aggressive
enforcement, accountability, preventive
efforts, and enhanced international cooperation.
Department of Labor’s Findings on
the Worst Forms of Child Labor
This report provides information on the
incidence and nature of child labor, relevant
laws and enforcement, and programs and policies
in place to address exploitative child labor.
It also highlights the progress made to
combat the worst forms of child labor in
137 countries and territories receiving
benefits under the Generalized System of
Preferences (GSP), the Africa Growth and
Opportunity Act (AGOA), the Andean Trade
Preference Act (ATPA)/Andean Trade Promotion
and Drug Elimination Act (ATPDE), and the
Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act (CBTPA).