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Listen: Production and corruption: US oil and regulations about transparency

Senior oil editors Brian Scheid and Meghan Gordon talk with Jana Morgan, director of Publish What You Pay - US, on the likely fate of an anti-corruption rule with impacts on multinational oil, gas and mining companies.

The rule, requiring companies to report bribes to foreign governments, was included in the Dodd-Frank Act but overturned in federal court. Within days of moving into the White House, President Donald Trump signed a bill to repeal it. What’s next? According to Morgan, the rule is still law and needs to be implemented, but how?

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