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April 01, 2009 

"Black Money" Documentary to Air April 7th on PBS

Black Money, a FRONTLINE documentary on international bribery, will air Tuesday, April 7, 2009, at 9 P.M. EDT on PBS. The documentary investigates the shadowy side of international business, shedding light on multinational companies that have routinely made secret payments—often referred to as “black money”—to win business. Click here for a preview of the show.

Black Money includes interviews with current and former prosecutors involved in several high profile anti-bribery cases.

FRONTLINE has also been presenting a series of related stories on international bribery cases on its FRONTLINE/WORLD site. The The Business of Bribes site contains news and interviews with middlemen, prosecutors and whistleblowers, detailing the stories behind some of the largest bribery investigations in history.

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