Odebrecht's slow burn in Panama

by Canning House Associate Fellow Andrew Thompson

Every week, Andrew Thompson draws on his great wealth of knowledge and experience of Latin America to bring our audience in-depth insights on economics, political risk, and business in the region.

This week, he examines the findings and potential next steps of the Odebrecht corruption case in Panama following the the Panamanian prosecutor-general's announcement that the country's investigations into the scandal have concluded.

These stories are also available on Andrew’s blog site:

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What happened?

Panamanian prosecutor-general Eduardo Ulloa said on 20 October that investigations into one of the country’s largest and longest-running corruption scandals, involving bribes paid by Odebrecht, the Brazilian civil engineering company, had come to an end.

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