In a Form 8-K filed on September 22, General Cable Corporation stated that it is reviewing its payment practices with respect to employees of public utility companies in Angola, Thailand, India and Portugal due to possible FCPA concerns.  The cable manufacturer, which is based in Kentucky, determined that “certain employees in [its] Portugal and Angola subsidiaries directly or indirectly made payments at various times from 2002 through 2013 to officials of Angola government-owned public utilities that raise concerns under the FCPA and possibly under the laws of other jurisdictions.”  The investigation also covers General Cable’s use and payment of agents in Thailand and India, which the company also believes may have implications under the FCPA or other laws.  According to General Cable’s filing, it voluntarily disclosed the issues to the SEC and the DOJ, whose investigations are ongoing.