PART III: The FIFA SCANDAL- One Sports Law Student's Perspective...

PART III: BUSINESS ETHICS & SWISS LAW (See PART II: LITIGATION from previous post, 2 weeks ago) Bribery, corruption, and facilitation payments are the most commonly reported issues recorded by the Institute of Business Ethics’ media monitoring. These claims accounted for 13% of all stories on business ethics with the broadcast and media sector accounting for 33% of where these claims originated or occurred. While some argue that corruption is a victimless crime, this narrow view fails to take into account the ripple effects suffered by the respective consumer. For example in this context, instead of awarding the contract for host of World Cup to a country who has a deeply rooted passion and

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