The OECD has an arsenal of legal instruments and recommendations for fighting corruption
in its many forms, including through criminalizing bribery in international business, promoting
responsible business conduct, protecting whistleblowers and insisting on integrity and
transparency in public procurement processes. The OECD Convention on Combating Bribery
of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions is the cornerstone of OECD
efforts to combat corruption. Accession to the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention obligates its
41 State Parties to make bribery in international business a serious crime, and to enforce it, thus tackling head on this scourge on economic growth and development.

Sodipress vous remercie de renseigner votre email pour recevoir le document.
Envoyer le document
You May Also Like