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__________ was hailed as one of the most important pieces of legislation governing the behavior of accounting firms and financial markets since the (SEC) legislation in the 1930s. A. The U.S.
Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations B. The Ethics Resource Center C. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act D. The Foreign Corrupt Act
Answer is C. The Sarbanes - Oxley Act was hailed as one of the most important pieces of legislation governing the behavior of accounting firms and financial markets since the (SEC) legislation in the 1930s.
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