Definition of Commercial bribery
1. Noun. Bribery of a purchasing agent in order to induce the agent to enter into a transaction.
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Literary usage of Commercial bribery
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1. Annual Report of the American Bar Association: Including Proceedings of the by American Bar Association (1921)
"540 as to commercial bribery generally as to interstate and foreign commerce. Eighteenth.—That the committee prepare and submit a " Merchandise Marks Act" ..."
2. Service Monographs of the United States Government by Brookings Institution, Institute for Government Research (1922)
"The report called the attention of Congress to the fact that the commission has no criminal jurisdiction and in dealing with commercial bribery it was ..."
3. Purchasing Principles and Practices by John Cecil Dinsmore (1922)
"There are still some flagrant cases of commercial bribery in this line of ... DAMAGES FOR commercial bribery The Woolen Mills has recovered $25000 from the ..."
4. Corporate Crime in America: Strengthening the "Good Citizen" Corporation edited by Richard P. Conaboy (1998)
"The company took disciplinary action, and eventually the US Attorney's Office prosecuted the plant manager for commercial bribery and for violations of the ..."
5. Federal Trade Commission Decisions by United States Federal Trade Commission (1922)
"commercial bribery. [See Bribery and Subsidizing business.] COMMISSIONS—SECRET. [See Bribery and Subsidizing business.] CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION—BETRAYAL OF ..."