ICC’s Ibero-American national committees in 13 countries have joined forces to mark International Anti-Corruption Day, underscoring the importance of the anti-corruption agenda as a key means of promoting social inclusion and economic growth in the region in the context of the current pandemic.
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Today, the world observes the United Nations Anti-Corruption Day under the theme “United against corruption for development, peace and security”. International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) National Committees, national bodies comprising leading companies and business associations, join the global campaign focusing on corruption as one of the biggest impediments to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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