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Commerce’s Corruption Reporting Hotline.

Legislation passed by Congress that authorized the President to extend Permanent Normal Trade Relations to Russia and Moldova requires the Secretary of Commerce to establish and maintain a phone hotline and secure website for U.S. entities, and to report to Congress, on instances of bribery, attempted bribery and other forms of corruption in the Russian Federation.

Individuals and companies that wish to report instances of bribery or corruption that impact, or potentially impact their operations, and to request the assistance of the United States Government with respect to issues relating to issues of corruption may call the Russia Corruption Reporting hotline at (202) 482-7945, or submit the form provided at http://tcc.export.gov/Report_a_Barrier/reportatradebarrier_russia.asp

Every effort will be made to protect the confidentiality of the information provided.


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