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Olof Konig

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Since 2012, the Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute’s (“IMM”) guidelines have been an important cornerstone in promoting self-regulation as a measure to combat corruption in the Swedish business industry. In keeping up to date with current societal trends, the code, previously called the “Code on Gifts, Rewards and other Benefits in Business”, has been revised in order to adapt to the evolving business environment, and introduces new guidelines on preventive measures and intermediaries. To mark its revision,…

On April 15th 2018, changes in legislation and guidelines on military equipment has been introduced. The amendments apply to the Military Equipment Act (1992:1300) and the Regulation on Military Equipment (1992:1300), as well as the Swedish guidelines on export and other international cooperation. A system for administrative sanction fees is introduced in the Military Equipment Act. The Inspectorate of Strategic Products (ISP) will be responsible of imposing the sanction fees. Systematic violations may cause significant…